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... with a private pond and place to put your bike. Further in, I could take off my shoes and go upstairs. The second story was actually amazing, it had wall sized windows to outside which had the trees at eye level that were growing from stories below - was like being in a forest! The floor was marble and everything else neat, and very expensive looking. I felt under-dressed!. Kimura must be quite rich. She likes classical music so of course that ...
Caught the monorail and train to Umeda station and went to the German Xmas markets. Came out of the huge Osaka Umeda station (wrong entrance) and had to walk a fair way to find our way. It wasn't clear where the markets were but there was a small one with about 8 stalls near the station. Apparently the main one was at the Skytower a short walk underground. Got there and it was ...
... trips. Some of them were even brave enough to say, "Hello" when they passed us. This temple is known for its huge statue of Buddha, as well as for its claim to fame that it's the largest wooden structure in the world even though after various fires it was only rebuilt to two-thirds its original size.
We headed back to the train station and got lunch from the convenience store to eat on the train back to Osaka. Once we were back in Osaka we got a little lost ...
... t see much point aimlessly walking around so got on the 5.15pm limousine. The seats are so tiny that our hips meld. As we're leaving we passed Zara Home :-( We lived no more than 10 mins walk away and I had no idea it was there. Sob!
The airport is very quiet and it's too early to check the luggage in but we knew that. Plonked ourselves in front of the free wifi spot, Jus is checking the next hotels website to see how bad it's going to be. Ominous. No really, I have faith it'll ...
... road down to the river from our hotel was lined with really interesting shops selling everything from beads and buttons and knitting wool to Japanese dolls, fans and kimonos . Just before the main river was a shallow tree-lined stream with little bridges over it at regular intervals and a lot of old wooden houses - very picturesque. - I think it’s called Pontocho Alley The main river is very shallow and there were a lot of people sitting ...
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