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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... success under our belts, we decided
to call it a day.
Day 2 – Saturday 22 December
Today we went to Universal Studios
Osaka! I'm guessing Universal Studios Osaka is a direct copy of
Universal Studios LA because they both seem to have pretty much the
same rides. It was a pretty fun day. The highlight was definitely the
Hollywood Dream roller-coaster. The rest were quite entertaining but
a lot of the rides were really simulators where they sit ...
... by my gate. I then used my time by looking around at my fellow plane passengers and trying to work out where they had all come from and where they were going. I briefly imagined that an okay looking male was to become my future mile high friend..... but I realised that Fifty Shades Of Grey was really messing with my perception of fantasy V reality. I double checked that I had everything and then boarded the plane. I had a very nice ...
... of miles away. The castle is a reconstruction but its stunning. Walking round the inner Bailey does make you think how it would have been 400 years ago :)
Inside is basically an 8 story museum, and you have amazing views from the top.
We decided to take the stairs....doh...bloomin knackering lol. The exhibitions they have are really interesting...loads of scrolls, paintings etc depicting battles, retainers, generals and the area at the time. Loved ...
... the buttons and will share my experience with you, lol.
It was 3pm when we came back to our apartment, fortunately it was ready for us to use. It was simple studio apartment with small kitchen and all the equipment we would need. After a shower we dropped into beds for a short nap. That short nap lasted almost 7 hours. When we woke up we agreed that it’s too late to go out again so we went back to sleep.
That was our first day in ...
... craft shop – which also carries kitchen supplies, bicycles and a thousand other things. This place featured an endless supply of items that I’ve simply never seen in the states – little crafty doodads and funkiness.
I also killed a couple hours in an electronic store, baffled by the size of it. It felt like it was the whole 'electronics’ section of Amazon.com in one place – WAY bigger than Best Buy. They also carried appliances of all ...