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... out on eating crab at world Kani Doraku. Make sure to make a reservation through your hotel as it is hard to find a spot. Make sure to try one of their family portion meals which includes crabs and other sides. As far as street food goes, I tried the takoyaki which are octopus fried with batter. The sauce on the top adds to the flavor.
DOTONBORI is a must visit place if you are in Osaka. ...
... we'd better check and stopped a young woman who looked to be local. I know I've said it many times before, but I can't stress enough just how kind and helpful the Japanese are. Yet again, this complete stranger indicated she would take us to the hotel and led us part-way back the way we had come, to show us a shortcut we had missed. I hobbled as fast as I could but had to stop every so often when the pain became too much and, thanking her, I indicated that she ...
... sounds like. And secondly, if he was too busy to take his own classes, what happens when TIAT assistants like me aren't there to pick up the slack? I was a bit nervous, especially since he didn't give me very much notice - I had only half an hour to prepare/get up to date on what he wanted me to teach. However, the two classes were good, one of them was even known as the "crazy" class, but luckily they were well behaved for me! ...
... going back to the apartment it was time for Betsy and I to head to the airport. Besides being somewhat delayed, the flight was pretty uneventful and I slept most of the time. Once in Osaka we boarded the train and headed toward our accommodations. I wouldn't call it a hotel, even though it's name is Hotel Chuo, since it's more like a bare bones hostel. When I was planning our trip there just wasn't anything available and this one was the highest rated, most convenient choice in ...
... it can be very pretty there though on a
clear evening. Later that evening, we met a man living in our hostel
who was very interesting to talk to telling us all the info you can
think of about Osaka; including the many hosts that are around who
aim for middle aged men with money to spend on an evening of just
chatting and the no dancing after midnight law! Thomas met us that
evening too and we went to this 'video game bar' rated the number one
thing to do ...