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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... Probably not, unless an airline twists my arm with an airfare deal too good to refuse.
Onto the day's activities.
Friday, the final day of the trip, sees us with no plans, other than to make our way to the airport in time for our flight, which is scheduled to transport us from Kansai to reality at 8:25pm.
The Universal Port hotel in Osaka has been a fantastic hotel. Very lavishly appointed and decorated, with probably the best hotel ...
... ordering a challenge, but with the help of some locals at the table next to us and the liberal use of gestures, we somehow muddled our way through ordering with the all-too-kind owner. Normally ordering food is one of the easiest things you can do while traveling, but tonight was probably the most challenging dinner ever. Of course, all that effort meant that it also ended up being one of the most rewarding ever - an unforgettable first night on the town in awesome Osaka. ...
... north of Osaka Station. Consisting of multiple, connected high rise buildings, the complex offer a wide variety of shops and restaurants. We decided to stop here for lunch and were overwhelmed by the amount of choices. We ended up eating at a great place where you had a chef cook meat and vegetables right in front of you. 4) Mizuno Flagship Store I love Mizuno running shoes and was noticing most runners in Japan wear ...
... t, therefore it was in my best interest to keep quiet. So when we eventually arrived at our destination, I saw a sign that read ‘Kyoto’ which is an alternate Japanese city that we had previously visited on our first day and frankly miles away from where I wanted to be, at this point I remember thinking ‘what the lkasjdlasjdls?!?!?’. We get off the train and I'm unsure on what to do, she then asked me ‘what do you want to see first the castle or ...
... Depot -found just by
walking down our street to the train station!) seeing as the ski
section was absolutely huge but the very helpful assistants conveyed
to us that they were unfortunately out of stock. They did however
direct us to another store a couple of subway stops away (Web Sports/
Tatama sports) where we did strike gold (bought powder stocks for our
poles, the extra wide break for Jord's skis and bought Steph some
poles and goggles!). So ...