The Westin Osaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... sound as you drive along. And the vibrations are humming a famous song about Mount Fuji! Trust Japan to think of that! We also caught a boat across a giant emerald green lake, over to the base of another gigantic mountain. We had to catch the scariest cable car to the top, which was covered in clouds. So covered in clouds, that Steven wandered off and we lost him for a bit! We were instructed to stand still until our tour guide came back to get us, as she has lost people in the ...
... so much fun! After all that excitement was over, I got changed and went to a calligraphy class where I have to say, my skills were of that of about a Japanese year 1 standard in drawing kanji. Still even after that we did a 20 minute spin around a fashion store and hyaku en store (everything is about $1, plus a 8yen tax) and finally home for dinner! Fun fact: in japan, senior high school students and above don't have to wear helmets whilst riding on the road with bikes! Peace out :) ...
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# of trains: 138
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 26
# of taxis: 2
# of water taxis: 4
... sleep again and didn't wake up until pretty much when we were about to land in Osaka. Osaka was a lot colder than Hong Kong and walking out into the fresh crisp cold air of Osaka was really refreshing. I found my way to the hotel via the local train, there is an airport express but I was watching my pennies! The hotel was really cheap but my room was literally about 1m by 2m. In that space there was a TV, a mini fridge and some ...
... to his home those vibes were strengthened. I acknowledged almost anything different that came to mind. The boxed cars, the sleeves and gloves that mainly the women wore, the umbrellas and the masks. Now, I knew that the SARS was over, so the whole mask thing didn't fit in very well. "Japanese put a huge emphasis on health preservation" replied Kent. "But they look so weird" my Israeli advocate almost burst out, luckily overcome by the Australian ...