Hotel Monterey Lasoeur Osaka
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... rooms, it was the cheapest place we could find in Tokyo for one night. The rooms themselves are really really cramped with next to no space for standing beside the 2 bunkbeds, but hey, it will work! Although it was not as comfortable as Ayoda in Kyoto and I wasn't able to sleep due to my roommates. One snored all night, the other 2 came home at 4am from partying, then the snorer work up at 5 and rustled plastic bags around as she moved out until 6am. Terrible haha ...
... clean, yet we never saw garbage cans. After 9/11 the garbage cans were removed for fear of a terrorist attack and the unexpected side effect was that the streets got even cleaner. People put trash in their bags and take it home.
The temples and shrines were wonderful and we’ve become experts at taking off our shoes a specific way. Every hotel we stayed at provided slippers and when down in the lobby or at the buffet breakfast ...
... to the famous mister donut !!! Oiishi !!! In the evening we were welcomed to Yui parents place which was very nice. We got to experience something many people don't experience when visiting japan and that was staying with a Japanese family in their house . We ate delicious food including Japanese pizza and drank lots of beer . We sat on the floor legs crossed - traditional way and with the tv on in the background . It was amazing !! We got to ...
... family: Arial, Tahoma, 'Bitstream Vera Sans', sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 19px;">Service is excellent (like anywhere in Japan) and everyone is so friendly. I like the Acai bowl, pancakes (especially taro) and the fried rice. The taro pancake doesn't look as flashy as the others, but the texture is so soft, moist and sticky that I keep wanting more. Super good! I definitely recommend ...
... shot glasses, I presume to prevent you drinking too much of it. Still, it is all included in the cost of the room, so I can't complain too much.
Today has been designated as a fairly quiet day to catch up after the madness of yesterday, so we have nothing major planned.
After breakfast we decided to head out and explore the area around Namba, which by now is fairly familiar to us. Backtracking the way we came last night, we returned ...