Hyatt Regency Osaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we chatted the clouds lifted and we were baking in the sun. We walked on through grassy parks filled with over 1200 unbelievably tame deer (many more than at Miyajima island) to the Todaiji Temple, the largest wooden building in the world! We peered through the entrance gate and Jen managed to get a large stag to pose nicely for the camera before we headed uphill to ****tsudo Hall. At the balcony of the hall there were spectacular views ...
... but all was well as the queue was dealt with in about 50 minutes and after we had been fingerprinted etc we were cleared to disembark.
Our trip took us to Kyoto which, for the major part of Japan’s existence, was its capital and home of the three principal Shoguns and the Emperor. Nijo castle built in 1603 was the official residence of the first Shogun Ieyasu and was in constant use until 1867 when the 15th Shogun returned sovereignty to the ...
... 2am, 2:30am and finally when I woke up at 3am, I got out of bed, sick of my repetitive power naps.
F1 motels make you very very aware with a series of threatening signs that you WILL be fined $1000 for setting off the smoke detectors. In much smaller print, they also mention that their smoke detectors are tripped up by steam. Hmmmmm. With this in mind I got into the tiny shower to wake myself up, and probably successfully did the same for the rest ...
... those in the "water trade" - sex workers and paid companions. Downtown Osaka is simply crawling with hosts and hostesses plying for customers and the shrine is incredibly well tended to for one that's in the heart of a neon playground. From Goth Goes Otaku 2 Amerika Mura In the end we opted for ...