Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Kansai Airport Izumisano
Great hotel connected to the KIX airport. Rooms are large and provide all the necessary amenities. Since it's a hotel in an international airport I would have hoped for at least one English language station on the TV, but once again we had to get used to watching Sumo wrestling and "Time Shock" game show.
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... David should get the aquarium passport (season pass) so he can take the time to see everything. He ignored my joke and purchased a single day pass.
The aquarium had seven floors for various maritime creatures. The suggested route starts maritime lovers on the top floor and descends into lower floors showcasing more exotic species as we went down. We started off watching the Sea Otter feeding, where David then told us that Branden actually spent 8 ...
... works or not but the last few days it failed on me completely. So thats why on some blogpost there are less pictures then intended. But i will update them as soon as i get this ting to work again. ;-) After doing the laundry and waiting for the dryer to finish, i took a little nap. Woke up at around 4pm and thought it was time to get out into Osaka in search for Okonomiyaki (Osaka style this time) The girl from the reception gave me the address of one of the best ones in Osaka and i ...
... They also wear it to prevent inhaling pollution and pollen. When Dennis and I were waiting in Tokyo for our flight to Osaka we saw teenagers on TV engaging in a rope jumping contest where 18 kids line up and jump in unison while two kids turn the rope. Then they start jumping out of the rope and going in a circle and coming back in. The idea is of course not to miss and stop the rope. In addition they turn the rope faster and faster. It is quite exciting. It is called nawatobi.
... Wakayama was an interesting experience as Doubtful Junction didn't trust Snotty Panda's research and memory (usually a wise move). Anticipation was high waiting for the Tama Densha - Snotty Panada had to visit a squat toilet because of all the pent up excitement! Like a storm rolling into to a desert, the Tamaden cruised in to the platform. Snotty Panda was on like a shot! Hmmmm under seat heating - nice touch. The interior of the Tamaden was fully decked ...
Today was a real test of our use of the transportation system, as we journeyed out to an Osaka Shinto shrine to spend time watching their annual rice planting festival. (They have a ceremonial rice field on the grounds of the Shrine.) We had to take two different trains, and a couple of different subway lines to get out to the train station where we wanted to purchase our tickets for our afternoon journey to Shikoku by Shinkasen (the Bullet train.) Then once we had ...