Hearton Hotel Shinsaibashi
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... actually involves sitting down and not being forced around to get as many people through as possible which was refreshing. We actually walked around to the west facing window and there was a small cafe with a sign saying sun set at 7:20 pm and as it was 6:50pm we decided to grab a drink and wait it out and watch the sun set. It was beautiful even if the clouds before the horizon made it a lot earlier than advertised. Even though the cloud covered the sun it was still ...
... a massive tooth infection which had ruined his vacation because he had to keep going back to the doctors for injections and check ups. His right hand side of his face was massive. I then decided I had to have a shower before I met up with Xavier and Ala. I hadn't seen Ala since that morning so I had no idea if she was going to come out with us. When I was having a shower I had a few naked men around me. I wore my swimming shorts again. I didn't like it. It's really weird ...
... of imagery onto the castle to make it appear that it is moving. Effects included the castle burning, or being cut in half by a samurai sword or at one stage changing into a transformer which twisted and turned and reshaped itself.
Words can't really describe it. Only with pictures or even better, video, can you begin to understand just how well done the illusion was.
The illuminations run on a cycle of around 20 minutes of running ...
... did enjoy it. We also went on the 'Jaws', 'Hollywood Dream', 'Amazing Spider-man' and 'Back to the Future' rides. 'Jaws' was actually a bit crazy, in a boat going through a water course with huge "sharks" circling and rising up suddenly from under the water and the boat driver "shooting" them down. So there was lots of water splashing, fire, boat rocking and frights (on my part). Hugh was on the edge of the boat so he got a bit wet! ...
... was my favorite. It's like something from a movie. Old houses, old shop fronts and of course the Geisha.We were told many times they are rare to see....we saw 8 of them (Photo 6). So I'm not sure if they are that rare or we got lucky. When you see the Geisha walking in the street, they are very pretty and graceful. But when you see them get into their limousines to go off to entertain, you realise it's actually a sad ...