Hotel Il Cuore Namba
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The hotel is a good place to stay. Its price is reasonable. The inner design is bright and clear. The room is clean and tidy though a bit small. Most importantly, it is at a convenient situation. It is opposite to the Namba Kintetsu Station and near major transportation. There are major shopping centres and streets near the hotel, famous sightseeing place like Shinsaibashi is 5-minutes walk.
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... afternoon. John wasn't sure whether I would want to go. I have history with rain. Of course I wanted to go plus John only had today off. So we packed for rain. If you are going cycling in rural Japan it is a lot more work than at home. That's only if you need to use the train, which is most often. You can not wheel your bike onto a train because you might place dirt or grease on fellow commuters. So you have to bag your ...
... things on. Lucky for me the boys were no longer with! They may not have had as much fun. I felt really out of place because everyone was all dressed up fancy (why you dress up fancy to go shopping, no idea). It was awesome to look at all the people you passed by on the streets to see their ensemble. I spent about 2 1/2 hours wandering around and popping in and out of stores. I didn't even hit the majority of the area! It is a shopping heaven. Most stuff was a little ...
... because it was quite cool in there and is always a bit colder sleeping on floor mats. We chilled for a bit, checking emails etc and worked out what to do over the next few days.. For dinner we had passed a place in the Hondori which had gyoza so decided to go back there to eat. It looked like a chain restaurant but it is hard to tell here. We had the 'setto' with rice, soup, gyoza and pickles. It was pretty delicious and very ...
We are sad to say goodbye to our lovely suite at the Peninsula Hotel, but are excited to see a new part of the country, the famous sacred city of Kyoto. After a great breakfast, our driver picked us up and took us to the Tokyo station to board the famous Shinkonsen, the bullet train, for the nearly 200 mile trip to Kyoto.
It is a rainy day, so a good time to make the 2 1/2 hour journey, and hope and pray for the sun to return tomorrow.