Namba Oriental Hotel
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... br> There is an observation area on the top floor of the castle tower looking out over Osaka on all four sides. Inside the castle, the history of the castle and battles are on display through various artifacts, displays, videos and models. In the Osaka Castle Park there are several historic structures such as Osaka-jo Hall and the Castle band shell as well as Japanese archery grounds and baseball stadium. ...
... shoe shop below and been a stumped. We go up the hidden lift and are shown to our table. The wait or seems very keen to know I we have a voucher, which we did as it was on the free Osaka wifi splash screen. Who says advertising doesn't pay! He's also reluctant to leave until we've ordered and as we don't know the process it becomes a bit awkward as we point and he looks blank them he points and we shrug our shoulders. Eventually we order a mixed platter of beef and ...
Last night as we where drifting off to sleep:
Kaz: "Hey Adam want to here a story?"
Kaz: "We are in japan"
Adam: "The end?"
Adam: "That story is awesome"
Waking up at four am to get ready for another big day of traveling we got ready packed out things and headed out side... to negative 2 degrees (O_O). We both brought hot drinks from the vending machine out the front of Anne for about ...
... sauce specifically for the pork that was absolutely amazing. It was somewhat sweet like a barbeque sauce, but also salty like a steak sauce. Really tasty.
After dinner we walked around the Dotonbori area of the city. This area is known for its bars and restaurants, with bright lights and garish, over the top signs. It’s also a huge shopping district. We walked around the shops for a bit and grabbed a quick beer before heading back to the ...
... time, I was nearing 50 minutes and figured I had my route sorted without a short out and back trip elsewhere. That let me switch off route finding and concentrate on passing and then putting away the local just up ahead. I finished with a half lap of the castle to take me over the hour and a half and then ran back. Job done, boy that felt a virtuous start, 14 miles in the bank. It was noticeably cooler at 7 than the day time, though obviously warming up as time went on. ...