Hotel Castle Plaza
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... clearly on the water. A slight breeze was about which created some ripples on the water below, however this did not negatively impact the photo too much. After a few photos and quick walk around the shrine, I headed over the gardens on the left side of the station.
The gardens were more of a public park than your traditional Japanese gardens. A playground and gravel field made it a popular destination for local children, while a ...
With nothing planned until the ANZAC day BBQ at 6 pm Deb and had breaky and went for a big walk around Dotonbori and ended up in Amemura. We took up a position out the front Starbucks and spent some time just people watching. Some of the fashions and hairstyles you see passing by are really out there. Returned to the hotel to find Sean had been given a guitar by Shiro the session guy. He actually bought it to the hotel himself ...
... worse than their English, but it was a great night that ended in singing at an all you can drink Karaoke bar until 4am!). I will definitely go back to Osaka, although hopefully with some more language skills.
From there, I have arrive today in Kyoto. I only have one night here, which is not going to be enough to do everything, but I squished a few things in today. I met Japanese guy who took me around to loads of ...
... and a small projector for Lorry's work. We all have ipads/ipods/computers so wanted to get wifi in the apartment as there was only a LAN line.
Also found some very nice massage chairs that Lorry and I relaxed in for ages. Sooooo very comfortable!
Unfortunately, Labi didn't have the projector so we went to Umeda to Yodobashi. They had some there but they seemed very expensive so we thought that we'd do some research when we got home.
After the helpful hotel receptionist helped us book an Asahi tour for the next week, we checked out and walked across the river to the large Peace Memorial Park. Within the park we went straight to the Peace Memorial Museum, which though excellent displays and signage gave a comprehensive account of the events leading up to and post the uranium atomic bombing at 8:15am on 6th August 1945. Most interesting were the internal top secret memos and letters sent by the US ...