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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... station where the Bullet Train goes on Kyushu Island. The Distance between Okayama where I boarded the Bullet train is about 700 kilometre and the time was slightly over 4 hours with several short stops and therefore an average speed around 200 KMH was achieved...... not to shabby on Rails and the whole systems runs like clockwork, a very good achievement indeed especially comparing it to the snail-Rail in the USA. I shared a chocolate Bar with an fellow traveller ...
... to watch yourself get farther and farther from the ground.
It really wasn't as bad as I thought it would be at the top in the Floating Garden, as the edge is surrounded by very thick glass on the inside edge, and the other side is not a direct drop to your doom, but instead a foot drop onto another rooftop that you aren't allowed to access. There was also a "heart lock wall" where you ...
Had a 9:15 lobby call, where we all got in taxi's in groups of 4 and headed to the Osaka central station. Then we all went through and had almost an entire shincansen train car to ourselves. It was one of the most painless travel day's of my DOI career so far. It was a 2.5 hour train ride, covering 485km. ...
... wear after showering, slip on slippers to wear, disposable razor, disposable toothbrush with a small amount of toothpaste, hotspot to boil water for tea, a serving of tea, and the requisite towels, shampoo, etc.
Our final day down south we were off to Kyoto to see a few of the many, many, MANY shrines, temples and interesting areas. My favorite area was the ...
... anything because they were enclosed in tubes, but it was still neat. We spent some time at the top and then rode our butts back down to the ground.
Surrounding the towers on the ground level were a few different gardens. They were designed as relaxation gardens where the business people of the area can go to escape the hectic business world. We were the only people in them. One featured a pathway over a small stream and the other was a vegetable garden with a bunch ...