The Westin Osaka
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Tuesday 8 Sep 14 – Osaka
A smooth transition overnight although the rain did keep on coming until we arrived in Osaka at 7am. The morning lightened and remained so for some hours.
First morning on board that I was able to get on deck and to start my walking regime which lasted 45 minutes.
As we were meeting a friend at 12noon, we took a slow start to the day and did not go to breakfast until 9am where we met Victor and Alison from Alexandria ...
... is frequently known as Hakuro-jō ("White Egret Castle") or Shirasagi-jō ("White Heron Castle") because of its brilliant white exterior and supposed resemblance to a bird taking flight.
... card when we arrived and they automatically gave us discount for being a member. How good is that! We moved into the bar for a mojito, cosmopolitan and Manhattan which were so strong we could barely drink them. They reminded us of the drinks we had at Cloud Nine bar in Shanghai. We headed back to our room and reflected on our fantastic trip. I couldn't actually eat any more so the Cronuts remained in the box!!! They will be good for tomorrow ...
... Once you get off the train, everyone forms a single-file line to get on the escalator. Good luck finding this in any big American city!
2) They are honest. Unlike any other big city, you don’t feel the need to walk around with your hands gripping your purse. In Tokyo Tower, I saw lots of people leaving their purses unattended to save tables. On two occasions, I accidentally left change ...
... I will be back in sydney to see where the hell is the engine...
Crossing the street. Well we did not behave like in france. We waited for the green light. We actually followed everyone there so we did not get all the attention. It is interesting to see how people were well disciplined: queuing for the bus or train, queuing to enter the shops when needed, waiting at the traffic lights... Well there are still few drivers who could not wait for ...