Hotel Claiton Shinosaka
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... me to spend very long in. But it felt really nice on the tired muscles in my feet and legs. We then headed back out for dinner at Dotonbori. I had read about a good Okonomiyaki restaurant so we tried to get there early to not wait in line too long. It was so worth it! For those who don't know, Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "what you like" or "what you ...
... of the train, and the couple of rail officials who standing on the platform, now all staring at me with either horrified or disapproving looks, I boarded the train and took my seat. Oops.
After the aquarium, shopping and the somewhat more interesting train ride, we were all pretty exhausted, so we made a pact to not spend an hour deciding on a dinner venue tonight. That meant that the loudest, brashest restaurant enticed us in. ...
... themselves to me (in English), and all one guy could say about himself was that he was tall.... And I'm rather tall too, so of course we had to measure - Turns out he is a head taller than me. From then, other students wanted to come to the front to measure their height against me, it was rather strange! Being crowded by Japanese girls is also quite odd... And when I enter classrooms with the teacher, the ...
... dripped by and I'd exhausted my list of places I'd been in Japanese I was keen to either move on or get some food. The Big Mac I'd had before getting on the train was more or less done by now. The keep also gets a crowd, though with the pass I could skip past the queue for tickets, and with legs pass the one for the lift, going straight up the stairs instead. Again you start at the top, viewing gallery on level 8, and work down. I was a bit tired and short of energy ...
... by locals. We ran into a volunteer English guide for the shrine, and even though it was still about 45 minutes until the festival procession was slated to begin, he encouraged us to get a spot alongside the rice field, where a lot of people were waiting to take pictures, trying to find a patch of shade to survive the heat. The procession finally started with an ox that you'll see in the pictures, being led around the edge of the field twice. He wasn't that excited ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Claiton Shinosaka
Great business hotel with excellent breakfast
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