Daiwa Roynet Hotel Osaka Uehonmachi
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... a convenience store, a souvenir shop, a sauna, two bars, and a performance stage. We enjoyed a beautiful sunset followed by dinner and entertainment. The next morning we had breakfast and shortly thereafter arrived in Busan.
We immediately noticed cultural differences between Korea and Japan. Japan is, for the most part, a very modest, quiet, honorable, ...
... during the explanations the students learned that answer, but I didn't understand the Japanese! When the musician was talking to the students about his instrument they laughed several times, unfortunately I missed the jokes. The story line of the performance I saw was definitely not one for young children -- political intrigue and murder. A calming walk through the Japanese Garden afterwards calmed the ...
... of Buddha got drunk and was told by the god to go outside. After many years he became a healer, and so people today come to rub the statute on the area where they feel pain and then rub themselves in the same place. Finally, we reach the top of the stairs and enter the temple. It is dark, dank, filled with the smell of incense, and filled with people trying to get a look at the massive Buddha. When the entrance clears we get our first ...
... 2am, 2:30am and finally when I woke up at 3am, I got out of bed, sick of my repetitive power naps.
F1 motels make you very very aware with a series of threatening signs that you WILL be fined $1000 for setting off the smoke detectors. In much smaller print, they also mention that their smoke detectors are tripped up by steam. Hmmmmm. With this in mind I got into the tiny shower to wake myself up, and probably successfully did the same for the rest ...
... city taking in
Don’t worry, I wont go describing each one in intimate detail but suffice it to say, they were all spectacular. Doing the huge walking tour was a good idea because rather than catching a tour bus to the major sights and seeing nothing in between, I saw a lot of back ...