Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
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... full for a very reasonable price then got up and headed off to see what else we could do.
We knew that we would be spending the next day in Universal Studios so we didn't really have any other plans for Osaka so we were slightly at a loose end. We looked at a map of the city and saw that there was a hanging garden observation platform the other side of the station so decided to have a look. We walked for what seemed like forever before we found the right exit ...
... street near some really nice shops and restaurants. He couldn't check in until 5pm which seems a bit late for a check in. After all of this we went for a little walk around Namba. We weren't convinced that we saw all of Den-Den so we explored some more. We browsed around all the shops to try and find some bargains. Nothing caught my eye. We then had lunch in a Japanese style restaurant. We had to order our food on a vending machine then give it to the waitress our ticket. ...
... to talk. At one point we almost had to gag Isabelle so that she would stop asking the poor girl questions, so that she would walk away and let us eat our food.
We ordered virtually the same things we did last night, except with different entrees. For today's entrees we got nachos and a serving of deep fried macaroni and cheese balls. So insanely bad for you, but very delicious.
Proving that last night was no accident the burgers ...
... to greet me as usual. My host mother and I talked about many things before dinner, and she told me all about her travels and showed me pictures of her children who have married and left home. This Sunday there is a welcome party for me, and the rest of the family will be there.
Tomorrow is the first time I will bike to school without Kibayashi-sensei, but luckily Eddie is biking with me so I shouldn't get lost! ...
... even shower on our own floor since there are only a few showers on the 1st floor and 1 women's only shower on the 3rd. There's a large onsen looking bathroom on the 1st floor as well that is open to the different sexes at different times of the day but not for when we were trying to shower.
Friday morning we were off to Koyasan, a 1,200 year old city important to Shingon Buddhism. I slept most of the 80 minute train ride but woke up for some of the last minutes to see the ...