Osaka Daiichi Hotel
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... having a beer and watching tv for about an hour, but I don't think Eve really slept much. Breakfast was served at about 5:30 Singapore time 6:30 Japan time. Eve and I both chose the Japanese breakfast, which consisted of brazed salmon, assorted cut fruit, rice, assorted steamed vegetables, egg, warm bun, as well as a couple of other items that I'm not sure what they were (potato and fish). We also got tea and juice.
... time we had seen quite a bit of central Osaka.
Sachiko met us and took us for dinner - in front of us a large hotplate on which a waitress placed a mix of egg, cabbage and noodles, turned them when ready and added another dish of noodles and pork alongside, this one just needing heating. Such an easy meal, simple and quick, tasty and filling.
And that for us was Osaka! Hotel bus shuttle to the airport, ...
... at the park. There are a few shops along the way and quite a lot of restaurants. Deers welcome you when you arrive at the park. They don't really care about you but they know you will buy some food for them. The park is quite big with few lake here and there and of course cherry blossoms. At the north end of the park, you can take a walking path ending at a nice temple. Along the way you can try warm sweet potatoes: really nice. You can also enjoy ...
... go there sometime. Very friendly people he says. I will put that on my list, I think. Tokyo was an interesting place. The currency in Japan is the Yen. You write it like Y100, with the Y in front of the number. All the other countries I have visited put the money sign AFTER the number, like 50$. Y100 is about equal to $1.00 dollar now. So, it's very easy to figure the price of things you are buying. Just move the decimal point two places to the left and you know ...
Japanese Castles are cool.
Today, a group of students is off to explore a Japanese castle. Our favorite castle is Himeji, but it is currently being "restored" so they have gone to Hikone Castle.
Here is some information about castles from the Kids Web site: