Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
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... she and Dominic whooped Marina and I and a kind of hyper air hockey. Middle of a school day so kids got to enjoy rides with no lines. Had mid afternoon lunch at small tempura shop in underground mall and then made our way to meet Dennis at the US Consulate. He, Marina, Dominic, and I went off to watch a Hanshin Tigers baseball game, while Mo got a chance to wander Umeda on her ...
... you can buy a pay as you go SIM card, use it and bin it but in Japan you rent a SIM card! Don't ask me why, I have no idea. Anyway I had found out that a company call B-mobile sells SIM cards with data only, pay as you go style. So I went to buy one, only to find out the SIM cards only comes in regular or micro sizes - of course I had an iPhone 5 which takes nano - DOH! Then I remembered I had my 3GS on me so I brought ...
... had to go through Japanese customs, collect our baggage, get a sim card for our phone and send our ski bag off to our ski hotel! After everything was done, we headed to our hotel and walked outside for the first time... It was very cold! After putting our bags at the hotel, we headed back to the airport to get dinner. The choices were amazing! We chose to get udon noodles. They were delicious! Then we went back to the hotel and went to bed, ready for our next big day. Bye ~ ...
... the bags can be delivered at a set time, e.g. before noon or 12-2pm etc. So there never was an issue i just had to wait :P
After a swift turn around i headed out to my first stop of the day, Osaka Castle. Another giant castle building in some large grounds, it's got a number of gold decorations of the outside which look very ostentatious. Unlike pretty much every other castle I've been to however, the interior was actually completely modernised, with ...
... some guitars etc in the other corner and after about 15 mins or so a Japanese duo set up. The first song they played was Apache by the Shadows next up another US 60's surfing anthem or another. Quite bizarre feeling sitting in an Irish Pub in Osaka Japan listening to American surfing music.
Time arrived when needed to meet Toru and the boys at Bar Courage so we shuffled off there.
Deb and I arrived first so we pulled up two chairs and ordered a drink. Got chatting ...
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