Hotel Monterey Lasoeur Osaka
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I used the edge of a plastic spoon to cut open my avocado at breakfast. I felt like Tom Hanks in the movie Cast Away when he finally opened the coconut. I explored Osaka today. Like almost everyday so far, I looked at websites to find places to visit in the morning, make sure they're open, and go see as many as possible. First up was the Umeda Sky Tower. I paid 800 yen to go up to the outdoor floating garden. Very good views. The ...
... and the tones of the judges speaking. Watching the ritual was interesting. It was not always the largest wrestler too win, but it was almost always over quickly. The history and the ceremony along with watching these unlikely sporting hero's made for a fantastic afternoon.
Four days in and it has been so amazing already, yet this is just one city in Japan. What will the next chapters hold, I feel that no matter what it will still be exciting. ...
... to Osaka by bullet train which I ended up snoozing through most of it as the movement of this particular train was making me a bit nauseous. I have been getting on trains kind of last minute which is not great for getting reserved seats so I had to do the rush for a seat on this train. I made it to Osaka early afternoon and was not to meet Ferg until 630 so I stored my luggage and found lunch. Sushi train it was, I find the amount ...
... the castle. What a loser...snap out of it Smith!
But it really is amazing and we had a really really good day. But it was hot as hell and full of a billion people. Some of the rides had a 5 hour wait !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *head explodes*
The Japanese are great at lining up and very patient. So you could see us jumping from foot to foot and pacing around, in line. Thankfully some of the rides allowed you to take a ticket and come back...in 5 ...
All we really wanted to do is ride bikes around Daisuke's and explore before getting ready for our flight home.We got going fairly early, ate a last breakfast at Lawsons, and just rode, and rode, and rode. It was really fun ringing our bells as we cruised at an easy pace. We stopped at stores for last knacks, a 100 yen shop for more stuff, and had our last meal of soba, tempura, and udon. We finally returned, saddened that it was our last explore, and began ...