New Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi
Simple, clean accommodation convenient to the metro and Osaka's entertainment zone.
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... to bring back as souvenirs to family and friends. I purchased a couple of the star shaped paste (red bean, chocolate, lemon, strawberry, etc.) filled cakes to munch on during my ferry ride back to Hiroshima and on to Osaka. On the ferry I ran into a trio of people from the US. They were visiting Japan from central California to see a friend of their's that lives in Osaka. They were only staying 10 days so were power traveling even more than I am! They only have 2 days ...
... necessary in Japan, lucky we are not here in peak time! I decided to do my shopping part then so went back into some of the shops. I got myself a tshirt and got some bits and pieces for other Harry fans. We had to line up to get into Honeydukes and Weasleys Wizarding Wheezes but I wanted some Bertie Botts every flavour beans. After a bit more wandering it was time to leave and see what else was in Universal studios. Scott was curious about ...
... word. Tilly refused to sleep on the train, leaving her very grumpy by late afternoon, however she crashed in the backpack on the walk to our hotel, and ended up sleeping another hour in what would seem to be a very uncomfortable position when we arrived. And after all the looking for a laundry in Horoshima, we found one downstairs at the new hotel. Found a little traditional Teppan grill for dinner - food was marvelous (even the beef intestine in the entre). ...
... of the humidity and the green mountains that hugged the city.
At times like these, a compass would have been ideal. Not knowing which way was north or south, I asked two schoolgirls which way "Shinbon Dori" was. Dori means "street". I had to find Colori Caffé, where I was to meet up with the owner. I asked if we were on Shinbon, and they said yes. It just didn't feel right, so I stopped by a 7/11 and asked the cashier which way was north. While walking north with ...
... Kyoto from here. This temple was built by a shogun in the 1400's, who wanted a mountainside retreat.
After that, I walked along the "Philosopher's Walk", which is named after a 20th century philosopher, who used to wander on this path, lost in thought. Also, beautiful- there is a canal lined with trees- it must be gorgeous with the cherry blossoms, but was still very nice with ...