Hotel Keihan Universal City
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... arrived at the hotel, did a quick check in, dropped the luggage in our room and scooted out to sightsee. We had originally planned to be here by 11am!
The sun was shining big time, you wouldn't know it had been raining for days to look at the sky.
We took a train to an area where there is a huge market (Kuromon) of mostly food and small restaurants. Its always fascinating looking at what people eat, sometimes wondering why and sometimes willing ...
Ben: Well The last couple of full days of our trip ended up being pretty epic, especially our trip to Osaka. It began as any other day, woke up pretty early, ready for a big journey, and we headed on our way to the Tokyo central station were the Shinkansen to Osaka leaves from.
We arrive at the Shinkansen ticket machines and proceed to buy our tickets which were expectantly expensive and head over to the gate to show the inspector our ...
... train to Hiroshima, to check out the memorial site of where the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb on the city. We had flights that evening and with the trains and two hour check in time we had only a couple hours to spend in Hiroshima, which meant another early morning.
Returning to Osaka to catch my flight home. I did not leave that evening until 7 and had a last meal at the airport of sushi and Japanese beer. I did not arrive home in ZZ until 2am. I was exhausted the ...
... street. We could observe this from a special pathway under the highway bridge and we were impressed.
We ended the day in Akashi where we enjoyed a very nice dinner and ate Shabu Shabu together with the young couple. We took the train back to Osaka and checked in tired but satisfied
When we looked out of the window today we were somewhat surprised to see that it was actually snowing! It's been quite cold the last few days but the temperature had dropped another couple of degrees again today. Not to be deterred, we set off walking towards the South Higashiyama district, the main tourist drag in Kyoto that's full of temples and other sights. Fortunately we'd followed my friend ...