New Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi
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Simple, clean accommodation convenient to the metro and Osaka's entertainment zone.
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What a great night's sleep. Our room is beautiful and we have a beautiful view of the city from the 25th floor. This morning after a lovely breakfast at the hotel we decided to walk down the pedestrian mall. That was fun. Interesting stores with interesting displays. We have noticed these drink vending machines on the streets everywhere.
We came back to the hotel and took a taxi to the Osaka Aquarium. ...
... starts, and today I did as usual, but I have to cross three railways and a few big intersections on my route to school. Having to stop at railways is ridiculously annoying, because the barriers are down for not just one train to pass, but usually about three or four since trains run every five or so minutes. However today, I had to wait for fifteen minutes for eight trains to pass before crossing just the first railway. So, I was late for the gate greeting, ...