Shin-Osaka Stars Hotel Sen-i City
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... having so much time in Japan (and the rail passes) means that if we want to go back to a place it's relatively easy to do so.
The hostel we've been staying in, Hostel 64, has been very pleasant. We thought we'd dive right in with a Japanese-style futon room for our first few nights and we were definitely not disappointed!
The room was spacious enough, and the futon beds and tatami ...
... were massive and Steven was quietly confident that they were raised near a nuclear power plant. But they loved Steven and followed him around everywhere.
We also got 2 days at Disneyland. 'Disneyland' and 'DisneySea'. Imagine Dreamworld - but about 20 times bigger!!!!!!!! I haven't been to any of the Disneylands before and I could hardly sleep the night before, I was that excited! It was really beautiful and I actually got goosebumps when I walked through the gates ...
... walked down to Dotombori and explored the shops and eateries. Whilst waiting for the girls to look at a shop. I sat down on a chair and did my best impression of a Japanese commuter. I woke shortly afterwards. We returned to our hotel and had a shower and refreshed ourselves. That gave us another burst of energy. Em took us up to Umeda where we visited the Umeda tower or Floating Garden. This is a very tall 35 floors futuristic ...
... Indonesian Rupia,15 Singapore cents, 20 Malaysian cents, 1 Japanese Yen
# of times we did laundry: 7
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: exploring Osaka
... licked yet another Green tea ice cream cone. Since our hotel has no free breakfast, we found a French bakery in the train station and had quiche, chocolate croissant and cheesy bread with edamame and delicious café au lait.
Now, let me tell you about our hotel. It's the size of a walk-in closet in Texas. No joke. There is a tiny closet, a tiny desk, a tiny TV, a nook in the Wall holding a full bed, and the most mini bathroom you've ever seen. After ...