Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
Travel Blogs from Osaka
... their briefcases traveling to the various cities for work.
The train ride itself was alright. Its always fascinating to watch the world zip by due to the sheer crazy speed of the train, but once the sun goes down and there is nothing to look at, it feels like any other mode of transportation. We just had a snooze, ate a snack, and caught up on some blogging.
Our hostel in Tokyo for the night is called Yadoya, we are each staying in ...
... the correct one. It was a sigh of relief that we arrived at the airport earlier as expected. God never, indeed, fails to send help to those in need. Travelling will always give you hope and positive thoughts that there is goodness and kindness in the world. There were several unnamed strangers who were willing to help. In one way or another, I hope that they have felt how grateful we are to have met them. Once again, arigato ...
... your way down every level of the building on the inside in a zig zag format. each level takes just over an hour to complete. FOUR AND A HALF HOURS LATER (this is not an exaggeration) we where still in the queue and there where more rooms ahead of us. we finally broke and jump the lines and left. With our souls broken and our legs numb our hearts where not in it any more we wondered around took a ...
... br> Later on, just as I was dreading, Yuga, who frequently makes an appearance to the office came to visit me again. Turns out he hasn't forgotten about "lunch plans" next week and he wanted to know what day suited me. I couldn't bring myself to say "Never!" so I just said Friday - The further-est day away next week. Looks like I'm going to have to go through with this!
... to, and it was all due to the fans. I remember being bored stiff at a Blue Jays game in Toronto so I wasn't expecting much, but I was blown away. The stadium was packed with fans who sung and banged various noisemakers throughout most of the game, led by an enthusiastic band in the outfield bleachers. I think their favourite players each have their own catchy chants, and they sung them every time one was up to bat. The next day Blair was still humming ...