Imperial Hotel Osaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... the Christmas period used to be back home before shops started opening on Boxing day for the January sales. The only hotels open were the rich and the desperate. We struck lucky the first night and found a beautiful hostel, but demand was high and choice was thin so we were forced to move on. We stayed in 5 different hotels on 5 consecutive nights, our personal best. One of the hotels looked like a low rent council flat, all that was missing were the druggies hanging out ...
... one of the most amazing places we have ever ever EVER been to. It really was both futuristic and extremely rich in culture. I don't think any stories or pictures could do it justice, you'd really need to go see it for yourselves. The people are insanely sweet and polite and it's hard to be grumpy in the morning when you’re up against such continuously happy people. Everyone went out of their way to help us and make sure we were okay. The food was amazing and you could go ...
... must have looked strange to some guests seeing me only wearing a t-shirt and underpants since both pairs of pants were being washed) and cleaning out my bag of all the brochures, tickets and other stuff. It was also time to update my blog because i was already one day behind and didn't want to lose any details of my adventures. Also i'm having some troubles getting the pictures taken by my phone on my ipad. Still haven't figured out what the problem is. It's kind of hit and miss ...
... our “golden tickets”, the extremely handy JR Pass. With these beauties we could now get around the biggest cities like Tokyo and Osaka and, most importantly, most Shinkansen “bullet train” lines throughout the country – whenever and as frequently as we wanted for 21 consecutive nights. After bumbling about trying to figure out the turnstiles, we missed our first train but eventually got to the correct platform ...
... Shanghai but I really wanted to go to Japan so decided to take a detour to Japan. I wanted to add Korea too but didn't have enough time to fit it in. Now that I was armed with a lonely planet I was all good, so I checked in and then had some breakfast at Tsui Wah. I still can't believe that place is listed now. Had some good laughs at that place during my younger years and some missed opportunities too! Once on the plane, I went ...