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- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... money through the window so it is all very discreet. So many of them were really expensive as we were now right in Golden Week. We also encountered love hotel racism! We were told in one place that only Japanese were allowed. We were pretty shocked. Can you imagine if a Japanese went to an English hotel and got told English only?! We would surely be accused of racism and discrimination. Interesting how the "rules" change from place to place on what is acceptable. ...
Today we went to Himeji-jō (Osaka Castle) after having breakfast. We walked through Osaka City Park which is in front of Himeji-jō. There are a lot of cherry blossom trees on the two sides of the path. There are also a large group of pigeons in the park. We walked up the stairs in Himeji-jō and we saw a spectacular view of Osaka. There are ...
... by the beach and returned to dinner.
Later on, went to see a nearby shrine and went for some groceries shopping.
We were due to visit Universal Studios tomorrow, but due to kids school holidays and the lack of no-queue tickets, we gave it up and will explore the city some ...
... is very uniquely Japanese. We also had a look around the wand shop and post office, both of which had identical merchandise as Florida. We didn't even attempt to get into Honey-dukes as it had by far the largest queue in the land if not the park, we weren't willing to do it for a sweet shop! We did head over and get a photograph taken of us in the Hogwarts Express which was cool. We waited to see Hogsmead at night before we packed up and headed out.
We stopped into the shops on our ...
... where i transferred to a train that would bring me to Kishi station. This station is in a very rural area which has nothing in particular to offer to the average tourist, except Tama!
Tama is the station master of the little statioin of Kishi, a station that was in danger of being taken out of service. But the station manager had the bright idea to make a cat, Tama, station master. It worked out so well that Tama has brought in about 10 million dollars for the region ...