Hotel Osaka Baytower
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and despite the obvious language difficulties everyone appears to be very happy, or at least energetic.
One of the best moments so far was the opportunity to go and see the Sumo wrestling. I just happened to be in town at the only two weeks of the year where the official sumo tournaments take place in Osaka. A tradition of holding unreserved tickets for on the day purchase similar to Wimbledon saw me and two Kiwis heading to ...
... the Future was about a mad scientist who had made a time travelling car and we got to travel in it. It was a simulator. On the screen it showed us what year we were in, we travelled to 2015 and got to see what the Universal Studios park was like then. After that we accidentally travelled to 8888 and saw dinosaurs and rocks. That doesn't seem like 8888 or does it? Jurassic Park ...
... no one minds one little bit. And they don't speak on the trains. It's a very interesting experience to be so wedged in and just hear people's breathing and nothing else. And the best bit is that the Japanese can sleep ANYWHERE! I mean ANYWHERE! We even saw a family sleeping in a garden at Disneyland! But they sleep standing up and wedged in the train, resting their face on someone else's shoulder. Add that to your list...go to Japan for the trains AND the toilets!
... even shops) are located on the second floor or higher here. :-D So different than i am used to. Eventually we found a nice small bar and after a short explanation of the seating charge i was enjoying my first beer. :-)
We noticed that the radio in the bar was only playing Beyonce music and after asking the bartender he told us that he felt like playing Beyonce this evening, all evening. :-D We ordered another round of drinks and after that went back to the hostel and off to ...
... spaghetti and mozzarella faster than I would have liked. The woes of a traveler who is lucky enough to bike without limit in a refreshing new city. On my way home, I stopped by a convenience store to relieve my mochi craving. I sat on my bike and chewed the caramelized mochi off their wooden skewers, and saved another skewer for tomorrow. This would be my final night ride in Kyoto, so all I could do was soak in the crisp optimism of another summer night.