Kishu Tetsudo Osaka Umeda Hotel
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... other hotels are fully booked. He said that they just say that because they done want foreigners staying at there hotel because they ain't good at English. I said "I only wanted a room, I didn't want to stand and chat to them about their day or anything" it's weird how they turn down custom. The following morning I got up pretty late because my room was so cold that I didn't want to get out of bed. I had to put on extra layers as well as my sleeping bag. When I was ...
... we did go on the regular one, which was just as good! It was especially good, probably because it's been such a long time since I'd been on a roller coaster - I'd forgotten the feeling. The seats have speakers by your ears so when you sit down you select which song you want to listen to as you ride. Sort of cool, but at the same time, useless, considering you're not certainly not concentrating on the music!
We had lunch at one ...
Today I had an assignment to fulfill with my part time job. I had to show up at the Miyako Sheraton Hotel Osaka by 5:00pm so that I could be fed a bento before my "work" began. At about 6:00pm it began, myself and other native English speakers lined the hallway to the ballroom to clap and cheer the home teachers (Japanese) who reached 10 years with the company (the party/event was held specially for them). Clapping while 300 people ...
... We caught the train the next day (as easy as pie, although
a little pricey) and a fast, clean, spacious, and comfortable journey
to Tokyo took place.
If you cross the road when the man is red (and the road is clear
obviously) have a look at the Japanese faces – they would never do
such an unlawful act!
Yes. Osaka is said to be an unsung place to visit in Japan and we
would agree and feel we could have ...
... of barbecued meat. But actually locating the hotel was tricky. As it turns out, we'd strolled right past it a few times! Inside it was lovely - our first Ryocan hotel with the woven bamboo mats on the floor, elegant shutters over the windows, as if there was another section of the room the other side, and two futon mattresses on the floor.
Osaka is really a place that comes to life in the evening when all the lights come ...