Hotel Osaka Baytower
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sound as you drive along. And the vibrations are humming a famous song about Mount Fuji! Trust Japan to think of that! We also caught a boat across a giant emerald green lake, over to the base of another gigantic mountain. We had to catch the scariest cable car to the top, which was covered in clouds. So covered in clouds, that Steven wandered off and we lost him for a bit! We were instructed to stand still until our tour guide came back to get us, as she has lost people in the ...
... we could sense the humidity and realised how hot and sticky it was ... Yuk ! While in transit to Osaka we couldn't help ourselves and had to have a can coffee from the vending machine a tradition of mine but again this was a sign I was in japan in summer only cold can coffee and no hot cans it was so strange for me ! Taking off from Osaka it was a great view and the plane was so spacious ! As we landed we could see how big Osaka really ...
First up on the list was breakfast. We walked all the way back to the main Osaka station because Google maps told us there was a grocery store there. False. We wandered up and down and all around but could not find anything that resembled a real grocery store and not some over priced delicatessen that should everything at small boutique counters. Defeated, we ended up just grabbing a bag of cookies from the 7-eleven and ...
... bother asking me?
Jetstar...when offering your customers a choice of meals, it is often advisable to actually have a choice of meals available for your customers to select from. I'll be writing a friendly but disgruntled email to Jetstar once I get home so they can ignore it. At least it will make me feel better.
As some consolation, the fish was ok.
To add insult to insult they had Movenpick ice cream for desert, ...
... check my change when making a purchase. I loved the way that cashiers would announce your transaction as they punched it into the till and then bow while returning your change using both hands.
The almost total absence of a police presence was also quite a revelation. Drivers in Japan virtually all drive within the speed limits. When we did happen to see a police officer they were almost retiring in their demeanor. It's as though the Japanese ...