Nest Hotel Shinsaibashi
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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We took the Shinkansen to Osaka. Does anyone remember what the Shinkansen is? The ride is going to be about an hour, so a 3 hour trip (maybe) was cut down by 2 hours! Being on the Shinkansen reminded me of being on an airplane that is about to take off. The part where the plane has to go super fast to catch flight. It almost ...
... lights. Think Times Square, meets Las Vegas, but on Steroids. It looked amazing and fake at the same time. Absolutely awesome but I'd hate to see the electricity bill.
As mentioned - the Japanese love anything that makes noise. In fact everything makes a noise in Japan. Every time the train was stopping it would go off like a win on the pokies. Not kidding! At first we thought we had won some kind of prize. But no...the doors were just opening. And some of the escalators ...
... and then to ordering your food. Kids had fun. We set off again to just explore for a while and look for another station on the line we take every day where we'd seen another 100 yen shop. Was a good ride, found the shop, Mo bought more stuff, and headed home. Would have taken pictures but it started raining just as we got home so we rushed to get inside. After ride we napped a bit and then took turns showering to go out and visit Dennis and Yuriko in Kobe once more. ...
... western styled breakfast!
I had bacon an eggs with a salad and thickly cut toast with orange juice to wash it down. My date had the same just with a mixed vegetable juice as you can see in the photo.
During breakfast my date told me about a comedy group in Osaka called ROR.
"ROR Comedy is Kansai's all-English stand up comedy group. ROR's international line-up of comedians regularly perform across Kansai, and throughout Japan. Ideal for visitors and ...
... cozy and cute. Unless you pay ridiculously high amounts of money for large rooms you will get a typical Japanese hotel room. It is big enough for a desk, a small bed tucked into a corner and pretty much nothing else. The bathroom is tiny but functional. The best part about the room is that it comes with kimonos!
John convinced me to go for a walk tonight instead of being a bum. He had a two hour route planned out. We stopped downstairs at a noodle shop to ...