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Simple, clean accommodation convenient to the metro and Osaka's entertainment zone.
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... a hill and into the annoying Americans behind us. Which we pretended we were REALLY sorry about...
The Wedding was later in the week and was absolutely stunning. It was one hour up the coast and the venue was on the side of a cliff. The Chapel was all glass and looked out over the sheer drop, as the sun was setting. The reception was around an infinity pool, also overlooking the sheer drop and beach below. We drank A LOT, danced to a lot of ABBA ( The Swedes loved that ...
... anything because they were enclosed in tubes, but it was still neat. We spent some time at the top and then rode our butts back down to the ground.
Surrounding the towers on the ground level were a few different gardens. They were designed as relaxation gardens where the business people of the area can go to escape the hectic business world. We were the only people in them. One featured a pathway over a small stream and the other was a vegetable garden with a bunch ...
... kimono's. There was a geiko playing main character - all very interesting, it felt almost like a pantomime - their face expression did not change at all, it was all the time very still! All in all, performance worth seeing!We then had a quick stroll through the geisha district and saw few maiko's rushing to the tea houses to entertain their guests. All the tea houses have a red, round lantern with some Japanese symbol written on it, all looking very mysterious!
... trying to persevere with ...
... houses. Outside the city were housing estates which were not too different from the UK .with just the occasional architectural feature which gave away that it was Japanese.
The trip to Nara which was our first port of call was difficult from a sight seeing point of. We travelled by urban motorway and the view for most of the way was obscurred by 8 to 12 foot concrete fencing.Presumably designed to avoid disturbing the residents by the side of the ...