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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Osaka Hotel
This hotel sits right at the Shin-Osaka subway and JR station. We were able to easily travel to Nara, Kyoto and Hiroshima for day trips. The rooms are smaller than what American travelers would be used to but are clean. This was actually our second stay here, our first being about 3 years ago.
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... full for a very reasonable price then got up and headed off to see what else we could do.
We knew that we would be spending the next day in Universal Studios so we didn't really have any other plans for Osaka so we were slightly at a loose end. We looked at a map of the city and saw that there was a hanging garden observation platform the other side of the station so decided to have a look. We walked for what seemed like forever before we found the right exit ...
... bucket in cute shapes and I was astonished to see the Japanese queuing up with their previously bought buckets. No wonder Japan is sooo successful in their recycle campaign. Well one more plus point to the Japanese that I have grown to adore.
With a regular popcorn case in my hand, we continued on with our photo taking and window shopping agenda. Everything was sooo expensive and I decided not to buy anything. Yes, not even a souvenir.
... did enjoy it. We also went on the 'Jaws', 'Hollywood Dream', 'Amazing Spider-man' and 'Back to the Future' rides. 'Jaws' was actually a bit crazy, in a boat going through a water course with huge "sharks" circling and rising up suddenly from under the water and the boat driver "shooting" them down. So there was lots of water splashing, fire, boat rocking and frights (on my part). Hugh was on the edge of the boat so he got a bit wet! ...
... is also known as Koke-dera, which translates to Moss Temple. I've seen places covered in moss in the Pacific Northwest but they had significantly more undergrowth. This garden is relatively clear and the moss seems relatively exposed compared to where I'm used to seeing moss grow.
There's a large pond with a number of small islands in it. Paths and bridges ...
... park but the light had gone by the time I got there. Not to worry, I genuinely see myself back in Japan, to see more of the mainland, the islands and to climb mount Fuji.
Momo had made Japanese curry for lunch and made enough so we had a large portion each in the evening. Again, I was forced into seconds! Do I have a tshirt saying I love curry? Well, it tasted awesome and I was ...