Hotel Brighton City Osaka Kitahama
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There was lots of space in the hotel, it was nice, and worth the price!
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... walking in. We then sat on our calves as we prayed, well at least tried to, with the rest of the buddhist priests and the locals. We prayed for about an hour before getting another cab to take us back to our hotel. We had an amazing experience with so much more information we had not known. Not only had we learned so much but we also were able to engage in Japans Culture with the Buddhist religion, ...
Where to start? Our day yesterday at Universal Studios Osaka is a bit of a blur now, 24 hrs later. First the heat, it was Real Hot - about 28 degrees, but with the humidity at 90%25 it wasn't easy for us peely-wally types. Most of the Japanese there had hoodies and jumpers on! That is unless they were dressed up: we had picked a Halloween Horror Night to go. This wasn't intentional as we changed plans because of the forecasted arrival of ...
... once if using the same credit card would suffice and secondly, why no hand held gizmo on the drinks cart? Swipe, sign here, have a nice day see ya later. Surely there's an app for that? Arrived safe and sound in Kuala Lumpur. Air Asia have their own terminal in KL separate from the main bigger one called LCCT which stands for Low Cost Carrier Terminal. Certainly lives up to its name! Reminds me of Coolangatta Airport ...
... to make the girl behind the counter explain all of the hotel's many features and benefits to me in rapid Japanese, so I caught absolutely none of it. I understood where the lifts were, I understood that check-out was midday Friday, and I understood Thank you. Everything else was...well...Japanese to me.
She did however give me a bunch of welcome gifts, including 5 sets of the coolest chopsticks in the history of the world. ...
... dinner. We had "sukiyaki" again, the hot wok meal I first had for my family welcome party here. We ended up rushing down to the nearest store to buy our Universal Studios tickets for tomorrow - how convenient, we'll be able to skip the huge queue! Eddie is also coming along, which should be fun. It's been a long time since I've been at USJ but on my last trip it was most definitely a highlight so I am looking forward to going again.