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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... was able to take a little stuck of cash out and head to the train.
I had to change the train 3 times, which I didn’t know, but luckily the train stuff came and told me. Even though they were talking in Japanese and with their hands, but eventually I understood.
At the hotel I realized that I’ve booked a traditional hotel and sleep like all the locals on the ground.
What an adventurous start in my Japan ...
... big on no outside shoes inside the house, or gymnastics facility. It's okay if you don't bring inside shoes with you though, they have slippers for everyone! I went and sat at my desk (I've never had my own desk before, so that's pretty cool), and said Konichiwa to everyone in the room. Instead of working for the first bit, my employer wanted to take me to the post office/bank to get a bank account (I'm still not sure what kind of bank runs out of a post ...
... were filled up along with the small shrines and big drums. I let the crowds carry me north towards the next bridge so that I could see the fireworks from there.
I have to say, Osaka has been one of my favorite cities so far. Given enough time, I might just get accustomed to the metro and train system so that I don't start muttering to myself as soon as I enter the station.
Hope you enjoyed my visit to Osaka. Stay tuned because Kyoto is next. Ja ne!
... us, lost in a myriad of signs. If it weren't for our guide, Hosana, from JEEP, I'm not sure we would have made it. She was incredible and if I didn't know better, I would have thought she had been doing this for years! People here move quick! Wow...don't get in their way. They have places to go, people to see and don't waste any time! If you don''t know what you are doing, best step aside until you figure it out. ...
... at a Ramenya (ramen restaurant). In Japanese, you can add the suffix "ya" to the end of a commodity to designate the shop that sells it. I had a miso ramen with pork and little bamboo shoots and green onions. It was very tasty, and well balanced. I was afraid the miso might overpower the other flavors in the soup, but all of the flavors came together nicely, and it was just the right amount of salty. We also had some delicious gyoza, which are little ...