The Westin Osaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... turns which took us away from the shops. We rested for the afternoon and when Caroline and Ilangovane got back from being out, we all got the train to meet Kyo. First he took us to his favourite sake bar. It was tiny with seating for only about 8 people so we had to stand outside. He got us three different kinds so we could try them all. They were really good and quite different to what we'd tried before. Then Kyo showed us around the area with so many bright ...
Our first stop for today was to visit the Himeji-jō (Osaka Castle and Park). I was actually expecting to see some beautiful Sakura surrounding the park as we walk in, but the Sakura were not yet in bloom. I still enjoyed walking around the park. The next stop was the Osaka History Museum. We get to know so much more about Japan. The final stop in Osaka was shopping at Doronbori Riverwalk Street (the shopping street everyone was looking ...
... check out the rooftop pool. Spent some time relaxing out there with a few friends as we waited for the sun to get lower in the sky so we could head over to Osaka Castle for sunset pictures. During the day we were struggling with the heat, but as soon as the sun went down and the temperature began to drop to an acceptable level, the mosquitoes started coming out. ...
... pre-purchasing tickets for days like this but for some reason Universal wouldn't allow you to do that. Maybe it was because they didn't know the response for Harry potter world and didn't want to start loosing walk up trade. Either way we bought our tickets and made it in to. This park
unlike with the other week at Disney sea which we were unfamiliar with is similar to Florida so we had an idea on the rides and what to expect. So instead of walking around taking in the sights ...
... cream (it's not nearly so cold here) from a stall and wandered over to Kiyomizu-dera, another temple. It has an amazing main hall - the verandah is supported by wooden pillars and juts to over the hillside. You get an amazing view of Kyoto city against the trees n the hillside and the verandah. This temple was much busier, and there were lots of stalls within the grounds selling good yuck charms etc, but it ...