Hotel Monterey Osaka
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... not limited to Tokyo. The spoken English here is not great, but people in train and bus stations, attractions, information centres know, at the very least, key words that pertain to their jobs. I had one Japanese woman who, with the help of a map, patience and thought, was able to explain that I could buy a joint ticket for a Himeji castle and gardens at her window, but to visit the restoration works I would have to buy another ticket inside because it wasn't ...
... indicate drinks may be very expensive so we just head back to our local restaurant arcade.
Dinner is fun and delicious but again no idea what we've ordered. All good.
Buy more cheap beers at the supermarket, plus some deserts (one nice, one not so nice) on the way home. Work out how to watch BBC World on the tele and doze off. Fingers crossed they're right about the weather for the next two days.
... of ignorance.
Kyoto, like my hometown Eugene, Oregon, is an incubator for many mosses. Taking the place of grass, the moss is a velvety floor for the gardens. Soft to the touch, yet durable, the moss is the base of a garden's structure. The gardeners at the temple spend an enormous ...
... to wonder around the little picturesque alleies that streched down and north..ninen zaka and sannen zaka...the legend says that if you fell in ninnen zaka youll die after 3 years...and you fell in sannen zaka youll die after 2 years...so we measured our steps and did a verry slow walk. we stopped for lunch in one of the restaurants there, we wanted to try soba dishes. yoed took a soup of soba with vegetables and chicken, i went to the extreme and took a set of 3 different ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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