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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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... car one way and walked down.
On this trip the cable car was closed, so it was a group decision - right everyone!!?? - to walk as far as we could up. It ended up that we climbed all the way !!!!. Started off nice and easier but then got very steep and many, many, many steps later, we had gone beyond the point of return and ended up hiking all the way to the summit. WOW!! What an amazing bunch of students I am travelling with, not once did they ...
... i chat them up and we follow them there, as soon as we are off the train they hand us a beer each out of their bag, and we follow them to the ticket booth and they explain to the girl where we want to sit, we pay our 2100 yen and Tanaka and Yukari guild us to our gate, even though their gate is on the other side of the stadium, we missed the first inning but no worries for the next 6 innings i explain almost every play to steven and why it is happening that way, by the end I think ...
Today I had school at the usual time, but it was decided that I would have the afternoon off since Hugh, my university friend from back home, was coming to Osaka from Tokyo today. Kibayashi assumed that he would be arriving in the afternoon, but he is actually arriving in the evening (of course I didn't mention this, I certainly won't be complaining about getting the afternoon off). I always dread coming to school and seeing whether ...
... and caught a few glimpses of the girls getting into their private cars. The streets here were narrow and beautiful, but we were to discover an even better street on the following day!
The next day we took a tour with "Johnny Walker", an 80 year old man who conducts tours around Kyoto. He took us to several temples and shrines as well as peeks into traditional shops like fan making ...
... to the clinic for a massage and then to the
hot pools for a bit of relaxation and recovery.
Away from the training side of things I’ve been continuing
to travel to a few places outside Kyoto city itself in the last couple of weeks
we’ve been to Nara for a trip to the deer park, to Fukui again for diving and
fishing, and to Osaka for training and Universal studios.