Flexstay Inn Shinsaibashi
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... having both been in up all the stairs in the castle and walked round the park I can feel that it has been enough site-seeing today and I just go back to my hotel.
In the evening, going out for some dinner, I discover that there is a underground city under my hotel complete with underground shops and streets that goes for kilometres. Nice - I must make an excursion down here at some point.
Steps / strides today: 18264
... some in Japanese, some in english).
Its adorable, because as I ride my bike to school people say Ohayoo Gozaimasu (good morning) as I pass by and in the corridors at school :)
I was invited to visit a few english classes and assist teachers by answering questions from students and some pronunciation as well.
Currently I am observing classes of year 10, 11 and 12s. Mostly English.
... we've ever seen which has allowed a midday checkout. This was another fantastic extra which we weren't expecting, and since we had no plans for the day this suited us perfectly. It meant that instead of rushing around getting packed the night before, we were free to sleep in, and pack at our own pace on the day we were checking out.
Leaving the bags with the concierge for a 4pm pick-up, we took the short walk from the hotel over to Universal City for the ...
... story. We walked in to find a bathroom larger than our entire Tokyo hotel room, a couch in front of the flat screen TV with surround sound speakers overhead, a PlayStation and Wii with on demand games and microphones for karaoke, a projector screen in front of the king size bed, a massage chair and slot machines in the corner.
We'll be taking Thursday to rest up and enjoy the crazy room and then we'll be heading to Kyoto. Stay tuned!
... aonori) and shavings of dried bonito (katsuobushi). There are many variations to the takoyaki recipe, for example, ponzu (soy sauce with dashi and citrus vinegar), goma-dare (sesame-and-vinegar sauce) or vinegared dashi. Before you will buy one take a look how they are made. Some restaurant put cheese inside which is not bad but make flavor far away from original. For people loving sweets in Dotonbori is sweetshop which is located 200m from Main Street from Namba ...