Hotel Osaka Baytower
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It's been a long day of traveling around the globe, from Lausanne to Osaka with stops in Geneva, Amsterdam and Tokyo. This has amounted to just about 24 hours of moving around.
As the picture perfectly fails to illustrate, the frozen land below us was a breathtaking sight.
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... the city and Osaka definitely did not let us down here and provided us with more than a few photo opportunities as the city lit up and came to life. Neon signs a plenty, drink vending machines on every corner and restaurants with plastic mock ups of all their dishes set out in their windows. No sign of used knickers in the vending machines but we will keep looking!
Desperate for a glimpse of the crazy Japanese culture we set off to the area called ...
... some last minute souvenir shopping and have a bit of dinner (my last taste of real Japanese food).
The return journey from Osaka to the UK took about 19 hours (10 hours to Dubai, 3 hour layover and then 6 hours from Dubai to London)
On my arrival in London I was surprisingly not that tired (I was expecting to feel super jet lagged) and the weather was quite sunny and warm. What a pleasant surprise to not have to return to rain and ...
... the airport and retrieved our bags unharmed, then through another security check then we had to navigate our way to the JR Rail Centre. This is where we will exchange our rail slips for a rail pass booklet so all JR trains are free. A woman at the JR Rail Centre reserved seats for us on the Narita Express and the Train to Shin-Osaka. She told us to get off at Shinagawa and switch to the Hikari train #523 to Shin Osaka. It was an express train and only took an hour. ...
... son histoire et les dynasties qui y régnèrent.
Bien que je suis allez voir aussi le musée d'Histoire d'Osaka, Osaka est avant tout célèbre pour ses quartiers Namba et Umeda où restaurants et magasins se succèdent au travers des rues couvertes. En allant à Osaka, il faut bien sur risquer la spécialité du coin : l'Okonomiyaki! Une sorte de crêpe dans la quelle se retrouve bœuf, poulet, ...
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