Hotel Hankyu International
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As we were still a bit jet lagged, we started today at 6:00 AM by hunting down a Starbucks... but anyone that knows me is well aware that this isn't something I'd leave up to chance - which is why there was a Starbucks conveniently located in our hotel basement lobby. We were happy to find that they serve "American Waffles" and other pastries that …
... smaller than at home, this may be because there are few pavements, just tarmac roads. Everyone queues here in lines of two. Lines are marked on train platforms to ensure that people queue in lines of two and that you queue in the right place for a quick change. Women only train carriages can easily be taken by mistake... All the food is different from home, and it is all cheap. Lots of great places to eat from sushi bars to ...
... lead us astray and into bad British habits we soon drank our way through the entire drinks menu! We had beer, cocktails, sake (bleurgh!), spirits and god only knows what else! On the way back to our hotel we even sat down with a group of buskers for a sing-along! Liam full of beer confidence soon picked up one of the lads guitars for a strum and before we knew a bit of Oasis was being belted out! It wasn’t long of course before there was a little ...
... where we went up to the Floating Garden Observatory (Kuchu Teien Tenbodia) for a night view of Osaka. At 173 meters in height, the 360 degree view of Osaka is pretty amazing.
Dinner was again mall food and once again, no one was disappointed. By using the mall food court as a hub, our group could break up and get different types of food. One of the best ...
... the train to Kibukawa, my next transfer point. Then, at Kibukawa, a train fanatic's worst nightmare--a big sign in Japanese and English pointing to "Replacement Bus for the Shigaraki Railroad Line." Japanese trains are so easy--fixed routes, fixed stations that you can find on a map, and English signs at each station. Busses have none of these features. Surprised and wondering if the Shigaraki Kogen Railroad went out of business, I miss the ...