Hotel Agora Regency Sakai
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- Swimming pool
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... takoyaki). The locals planted themselves along the bank of the lake, with some dressed up in their traditional clothing for the event. The festival went on until around 9 pm when the boats finished circling the lake in commemoration of Uneme. It was the first Japanese festival we had encountered on our travels and gave an interesting insight into some of the traditions still celebrated in Japan today. I hoped that we would see more festivals in the rest of our ...
... co workers turned up and things started to get interesting. If you want to get a Japanese Karaoke crowd going you delve into the Beatles catalogue and before you know it there eating out of your hand. Marc jumped up and opened with Twist and Shout and killed 'em. They have two electric guitars on the stage as well which adds an extra dimension to the Karaoke experience for sure. Sean and Marc did a couple of numbers which was great. There was also ...
... into our hotel. Started to get to know the others in the group, all are somehow in the sheet metals industry, not necessarily directly involved with the manufacturing though. After a nice dinner and a couple of drinks an early night is on the ...
... through the manicured part of the gardens-lovely, though really I thought this would take me to the museum, and I saw a family looking at the map that I figured had done the same. The museum was just a little further along. As strolled to the door I could see I was in good time-it shuts at 5.30, last entry 5, and it was only 3.30. But as I got closer there a Japanese man appeared, miming a steam train at me. I mimed back, ...
... atmosphere of Osaka in the early 20th century, but not knowing about it until after the fact we didn't investigate. You take an elevator most of the way up one of the towers, then switch to an escalator which moves you diagonally between the two towers to the observation deck. It's a great view from the top. A little windy today, and the pollution moving in from China doesn't help, but it was well worth the effort. I can now cross that one off the ...