Hotel Sun Plaza Two
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... 10th ( The summit). So many people were getting ready to do the 2 day trek to the peak & we are adding it to our list of "must do's". Despite the scorching heat, there was still some snow on the peak. The wilderness in Japan (and around Mt Fuji ) is thick and luscious. It looks like Canada or Alaska & it's even full of bears. Really beautiful.
On the way up, they have a road covered in special grids. And as we drove over the grids, they vibrate and you can hear ...
Big long day for day two. We started early for Tennoji Zoo. Kids getting the hang of trains and subway system. Zoo was nice, big cats were active and looked "fierce" according to Marina. We then went in to Sakaimachi neighborhood for lunch. Ate traditional okonomiyaki, another Osaka famous delicacy. This is the gangster part of town and we saw some true yakuza come in to eat lunch as well. Pretty cool. After that we took the subway north to Osaka Castle. Beautiful to have such a big ...
... We were afforded some great views over the city at night. It was well worth doing and I'd highly recommend it. Probably not great if you're not good with heights.
I'm quite sad to be leaving Japan tomorrow. It really is a fantastic place and there's so much more to see and do. I'm sure we'll be back one day though. Tomorrow we fly to Beijing, where we're staying for 4 nights, so it's hard to be too downbeat.
... Indonesian Rupia,15 Singapore cents, 20 Malaysian cents, 1 Japanese Yen
# of times we did laundry: 7
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: exploring Osaka
... in sync with the actions of the lights. We began descending Namba Parks on the outside pathway, which was lit with fantastic lighting displays all the way to street level, and best of all from the top floor to the bottom we saw maybe 10 people. We had the entire 8 floors of lighting displays to ourselves.
Once back on the streets, we headed north through Shinsaibashi shopping arcade, which was massively crowded already. It still amazes me ...