Nest Hotel Shinsaibashi
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... to the mainland. Then a short walk to the local train station and we didn't have to wait at all for out train to Hiroshima station. From there we found the bullet train area and then had time for a quick snack. The train trip to Osaka was about 1.5 hours in very comfortable seats and with typical Japanese scenery - lots of housing around the station, more built up in the bigger cities, the occasional rice field in the smaller tows. At Osaka we were met ...
... have the most technological toilets with all of these buttons but then also have the horrible squatty toilets that you get in SE Asia. We went to get some takoyaki from one of the street stalls and we got some ham, cheese, kimchi and red wine and chilled in our room for the night. The takoyaki was really good again so it must have just been bad in Melbourne! Day 108 We took advantage of the 12pm checkout time which you get in all love hotels. We succumbed to ...
... them as long as you want. Even saw some little kids giving them a big hug.
As we make our way back to the train station it begins to rain. By the time we get back to Osaka it is pouring. We get a little wet before buying an umbrella for $4.
We awake to a rainy day. It has rained all of last night and looks like it will rain all day. So its off to the underground shops where we stay warm and dry. From memory this is our fist day of the trip that ...
... too. So I usually just say no thank you. It's pretty obvious we don't speak Japanese so they generally leave us alone. But the free refreshment towel on each trip is very nice.
I love how much respect the Japanese people have for each other- particularly when it's service related. I was a bit freaked out when the trolley lady pushed her trolley all the way to the front of the carriage, stopped and turned around, and bowed to the ...
... gardens, and making our way to the city, we stopped at few shops displaying yukata and traditional japanese shooes. Well not the best day to try things on as you need to take off everything that keep you warm: first t-shirt, second t-shirt, sweater, rain coat... it is also not really nice for the owner of the shop as you just wet his entire shop... anyway buying a few things solve a few things... Also it is nice, to see that they always provide you plastic ...