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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Family rooms
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kansai Osaka
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... surrounding it. It's a shame nobody that climbed the path to the castle today looked anything other than hot and bothered. We took a drink break on some seats that were under a section of trees and that was like playing a game hoping all the pigeons sitting in the boughs above you don't decide its time to drop a bomb. We were all easy targets and some pigeons achieved direct hits!
After the castle we walked about another 1.5 kms to a different train station to take ...
I'm still flying solo today, but am meeting Justin's later in the afternoon In osaka. I've enjoyed travelling on my own, I find I see alot more and go at the pace I want to, I'm surprisingly ready to have justin around again hahaha it's way more fun when you have someone to share the sights with and watch the world go by with.
My individual thoughts for the day continue:
- I'm actually going to miss the female dorm. Thr bed was insanely comfortable and ...
... lines that you have to pay for in order to get connections else where.
The hotel was easy enough to find and by the time we had dropped our stuff off it was after 12. We walked around the area and found that it was a small town and very clean. No garbage, awful smell, or pollution, it was actually quite nice. We found a restaurant close to the subway and went in for a late night meal. The food was pretty good, we tried a couple different dishes. The tables had ...
... although the temples themselves are magnificent, it is the grounds that give them their beauty. We took a stroll down Philosopher's Path, which is the pictureque cherry-tree lined canal that everyone imagines when they think of Japan and the place where 20th century philosopher Nishida Kitaro walked for daily meditation. However, we arrived in Kyoto a couple weeks early of full bloom so the canal looked more like Leeds beck. More culture involved visiting ...
... up getting the last room at the Khaosan where Jordan, Josh, and I stayed. Got some beers and hung out listening to music on the roof. It was a great night staring city talking for hours. We tried watching Sunshine but fell asleep instantly.
The next morning we went to the mall and shopped around for a bit, I don't think I bought anything, but we did eat conveyor belt sushi. ...