Hotel Claiton Shinosaka
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Having arrived in Osaka and delighted in the complications of my high-tech toilet, I realise that I have paid very little attention to what has probably been the biggest topic of conversation between us travellers: toilets. Mongolia offered a wide variety of options: Alfresco: group or individual, privacy plant/rock/tree, no privacy plant/rock/tree, herds of animals, rain, dried up river ...
... pushed me up to the front spot and when the very busy lady looked up to take my order, you should have seen the look on her face, it was just priceless. The "holy **** Zen Master, what is that guy doing here" look made us all laugh, and they all giggled and sang songs to us as we pointed and said "one of those please", not having a clue what we were ordering. I think we made their day, and they all bowed to us and waved and laughed with us as we wandered ...
... down-town Osaka, and I was surprised at the sheer number of homeless people wandering up and down the streets. But the worst that happened was that one of them said 'hello' to me, and I'm only sorry I made the common mistake of saying 'Hi!' back - because now I seem like an ******** who replies 'yes' to greetings. It was nearly midnight and I felt awful, but managed to summon up the courage to leave my room, order a Japanese meal on the street using a simple: ...
The next day I went to visit patients at the hospital with Prof. Arakawa and then tagged along with a student. We practiced to examine the abdomen with ultrasound on different dummies. Another doctor took us to the examinations and explained a lot. I am so glad thatI start learning so much already.
Lunch was also very special. we went to a restaurant that is very famous for their ramen (noedelsoup). Even at lunch time there is a row in front of the restaurant and ...
... time. We are not sure why or what crazy person picked that year. Hopefully our race is around long enough the remember to open it. We got the the tower that was open and paid 600 yen each to get inside. It was full of history of battles and famous families. I read a bunch of information about certain people in certain families and couldn't help but laugh because most of them had shamed their family in some way by not doing something in battle so they would ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
Great business hotel with excellent breakfast
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