Hotel Seagull

2-4-78 Shimokawaraya, Izumisano, Osaka, Kinki, 598-0062, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-4-78 Shimokawaraya, Izumisano, is near Rinku Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Izumisano

    Osaka Castle

    A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 17, 2014

    4 photos

    Decided to leave the boys alone today so Deb and I headed off to Osaka Castle. I had been before but we didn't get there last year when Deb came so off we went. Deb has a bit of a thing for castles so she was excited to see it. It covers a huge area with an outer wall then a moat and finally an inner wall. The exterior of the castle is actually more impressive than the interior truth be told. The inside is new with seven floors of feudal artefacts ...


    A travel blog entry by roberton on May 14, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... with fish and dragons. We have seen so many oversized goldfish (carps) everywhere. The toilets are very odd because when you sit on them they start to run water to reduce any smells and some play flushing sounds to cover up any noise! There are also buttons for bottom washing and heating the seat. Hiroshima is where the first nuclear bomb was dropped in 1945 by the Enola Gay (we saw this in the air and space museum by Washington airport). The bomb ...

    Grub, throw the dice

    A travel blog entry by gadaboutdad on Oct 22, 2012

    3 photos

    ... me one while I tried to make heads or tails out of the non-English menu. Some places actually have menus in English - not here. So the nice young lady returns to take my order - I just shrug my shoulders. In broken English she says, "how hungry?" I give her the waffling hand and she understands I'm only moderately famished. Good start. She turns the page to moderately priced items then looks at me. I shrug ...

    Back in the 'Saka

    A travel blog entry by captaindort on Oct 03, 2012

    2 photos

    ... onegaishimasu' and pointing at a picture, I brought the takeaway rice meal back to my room. I was particularly looking forward to the boiled egg on the side, but as I tapped it with my wooden chopsticks I noticed it was cold and hard. I cracked it open and realised it was raw. This was a slight disappointment but I mixed it into the rice and beef and sucked up the yoke like a man. The hotel room was only 3500 yen which I found suspiciously cheap. But I had ...

    O for Osaka

    A travel blog entry by emds on Sep 16, 2012

    11 photos

    It’s interesting to note what strikes you most about a place when you arrive, or even the duration of your stay. It could be the architecture, the language, dress sense, traffic or the climate. Sometimes it’s the smell. For Japan it’s the noise. There are continuous bleepings, bing bong-ings or wee woo-ings. Electronic xylophone tunes announce the arrival and departure of the trains. Even clocks, doors and cash registers have their ...