Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
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... for me to finally visit. Yui and her husband took us to the castle . It is currently under restoration but we still got to walk around and climb up one area . It has a very interesting history. The castle survived the world war 2 with very little damage . The area around the castle was so green as well. There is a moat around the castle too . I can see why so many tourists go here in winter or summer. After wondering around the castle we made ...
... Sheraton Miyako Hotel and it cost me ¥13,200.99 and the trip was about an
hour long so I didn't get to the hotel until about 10:40pm, ugh I was so tired
I just wanted to sleep but no, of course I had to do paperwork for my hotel room.
Oh well! I ending up getting into my room and wow it was so big and welcoming,
I love it!
I don't really want to go anywhere or ...
... bother asking me?
Jetstar...when offering your customers a choice of meals, it is often advisable to actually have a choice of meals available for your customers to select from. I'll be writing a friendly but disgruntled email to Jetstar once I get home so they can ignore it. At least it will make me feel better.
As some consolation, the fish was ok.
To add insult to insult they had Movenpick ice cream for desert, ...
... rates-- because no one is going there to sleep all night!
So, in the end, Osaka was worth the one day sightseeing tour and I felt one day was probably enough. There were a lot of food specialties we could have looked into like fugu (blowfish) and kobe beef, but we didn't have the money anyways. There were also a lot of day trips to be done into the surrounding Kansai province, but we had no more time in Japan. We left wanting to see more, but vowing to one day return. ...
... relaxing evening with massages followed by a Tepanyaki dinner. I am almost ashamed, but we really never the hotel our first night in Osaka.
We arose refreshed on our second day to head to Nara, an ancient capital of Japan (more than a thousand years ago). Nara was a beautiful little city, or at least the historic parts were. We started with the main event, a Buddhist temple (Todai-ji), which also ...