Hotel Monterey Lasoeur Osaka
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... lead us astray and into bad British habits we soon drank our way through the entire drinks menu! We had beer, cocktails, sake (bleurgh!), spirits and god only knows what else! On the way back to our hotel we even sat down with a group of buskers for a sing-along! Liam full of beer confidence soon picked up one of the lads guitars for a strum and before we knew a bit of Oasis was being belted out! It wasn’t long of course before there was a little ...
... to pay respect to everyone's ancestors. Afterward we had to be back in our rooms by 7.30 to be served breakfast. Seaweed and tofu! We visited a thousand year old cemetery in a giant forest and visited temples that used to house Samurai warriors, during times of conflict. It was all pretty surreal and amazing. Definitely was one of the biggest highlights of our whole trip!
After Koyasan we caught the numerous modes of transport back down the mountain and on to ...
... sparked a few laughs from the people in the restaurant. I decided to walk around a bit more as i suddenly remembered an advertisement in the subway for an Oktoberfest. I quickly checked on google where it was and since it was only 10 minutes by tram i decided to go there. As i approached Tennoji park ik could already hear the German schunkel music playing. I payed the 150 yen entrance fee and entered the Fest. There were long rows of tables, various types of German beer and ...
... a car on the in-store placards. When ordering, it even came with a warning from the friendly girl serving me that it was very very big, as she checked that I was sure I could handle it. After I assured her that I'd be fine with the burger, excited I found a table and waited.
The meals came out, hot and fresh as usual, but I thought that my burger must have been a mistake. After all of the signs building up by expectations, and the staff warnings of ...
... Yossy and I agreed that we would find lunch before seeing Kinkaku-ji, the Golden Zen Buddhist Temple. The Okonomiyaki (Savory pancake) place we wanted to try out was closed though. There didn't seem to be many places around to eat, so we just kept going. Biking through the city was a dream. After the rumble of car engines raced past me, I listened to the smooth sound of the breaks rubbing against my tires. Stop, go, stop, go was our motion. We reached the Golden Temple and snacked ...