Hotel Keihan Universal City
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... Once you get off the train, everyone forms a single-file line to get on the escalator. Good luck finding this in any big American city!
2) They are honest. Unlike any other big city, you don’t feel the need to walk around with your hands gripping your purse. In Tokyo Tower, I saw lots of people leaving their purses unattended to save tables. On two occasions, I accidentally left change ...
... a train so we grabbed a few beers from the platform shop to enjoy on the 40 minute train ride into Namba we checked in, freshened up and headed to Rock Bar Cherry Bomb. Makoto was running a bit late so we had one beer and left to go to Coolabah to catch up with Andy. I had bought a couple of bottles of Bundy Rum for his bar so was keen to deliver them. Deb hit the wall needing some food so I went with her to Ippudo for ...
... teachers there who I had never really talked to or even seen before. The principal and vice principal even came. I had to once again do an impromptu speech (multiple times, as people kept arriving so I had to keep repeating myself). The night turned into a farewell not only for me, but also Niall, whose last day is this Friday. Along with the teachers, Ryoji was there and also Iyo. So we chatted and afterwards, we biked home together. I will miss everyone here very ...
... excited when it finally worked and all caught up on stuff.
Later we decided to have so be read, cheese and drinks and play Phase 10. It was such a laugh and we started ganging up on Geoff it landing the "skip" card on him. In the end, Lorry snuck up on us all and won the game. We were all a bit hammered then and got to bed after 1am.
Phase 10 - Lorry won
... This was a beautiful building to see and I had read that it had renovations in 1997 so it was in great condition. On our way out of the park, we stumbled upon a Japanese pop group concert, NB48. People were camped out wearing t-shirts and exchanging trading cards with the singer's pictures. It was interesting to people watch for a second as I have never seen fans so excited about a pop group (since maybe the Spice Girls!). ...