Hotel New Hankyu Osaka
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... have 600 Cherry trees, peach and plum orchard as well as a wide assortments of trees and seasonal flowers.
We checked out the entire castle as well as most of the grounds, then stopped for Green tea ice cream in a waffle cone before carrying on.
Our destination goal today was to get to a baseball game at the Osaka-Kyoto Buffaloes' home field, the Kyocera Dome Osaka.(Are there really buffaloes ...
... ribs and set about grilling. Watching the flames was quite relaxing and reminded us of our fire pit at home except we don't have an integrated extractor fan built in ours. All the food was lovely but the stand out for me ways the honey covered pork ribs, lip smackingly good. Again we seem to be in, fed and out in an hour. We don't feel rushed but I sometimes feel we are missing something. The train is still torrential so we decide to get the subway to Udema and ...
... each and made our way via akiharbara to Tokyo. Yesterday I had booked our seats on the Shinkansen to Osaka with Fuji side seats. We found our station with little trouble and Adam quickly discovered that he could buy a seafood bento box and beer from right of the station. I got a pork one with grape. Now we played the waiting game. for about 40 minutes we waited on the station in the neg 2 conditions as we had got to the station faster then we ...
We decided to have a snack breakfast this morning. In Bryan's words "Snacking is great because you can just see something, and grab it, and eat it!" Well said. We hit the convenience store at the train station and grabbed some tasty treats. I chose a onigiri (AWE-nee-gee-ree) and a bag of crispy straws covered in wasabi. Onigiri come in many forms, but general, they are circular or triangular forms of rice held together by ...
... me and swallow me up! It felt like a stereotypical American situation, where certain students sit in certain places with certain people. Who you sit with obviously determines your social status - It was like 'Mean Girls'! Except I was there with guys, typical teenage boys at that - loud and immature. Often I would catch eye contact with groups of girls at other tables and I know we were both thinking the same thing! One of ...