- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Bra" -- clearly, strong is beautiful. On another floor, in the Cosplay section, Natascha found a DELIGHTFUL AND TOTALLY AGE-APPROPRIATE Pikachu costume, in which she looks SUPER ADORABLE. But it's confusing because it's terrycloth, so am I supposed to wear it after a shower? at the pool? Mysterious.
So while no regional KitKats to report, we were able to enjoy the entertainment that is shopping in Japan.
... actually didn't taste eggy so I enjoyed it! - Nat)
Takoyaki is perhaps more of an acquired taste – small pieces of octopus fried in a fish batter in a ball shape. It is surprisingly tasty if you can get past the chewiness of the octopus and even more interesting to watch them make it.
A short wander back through the crowds, past karaoke bars and love hotels (you can pay by the hour...) led us back home to bed!
... lines of crowd baffled me. A flower garden on the bridge which connects the south and north gate buildings was impressive. You may spend time exploring the various stores inside the station.
From Osaka station, took a train to Osakajo to visit the Aquarium. It was a bad timing for the aquarium since there were a lot of school kids on excursion and it took us forever to move from ...
... have to become wet. :-)
I walk the underground corridors for hours and about 6-7 km and I haven't even been through all the corridors.
I tried to go up top but it was raining and the wind was quite strong. Even the locals are keeping indoors. Going outside into the elements was a bad idea. I'm going underground again.
Step / strides : 10992
... a large observation deck which gives you a fantastic view of Osaka. Jude was thrilled to be once again challenged to face her fear of heights. She says it was not too bad. We went downstairs to a basement area where they have recreated an old area of Osaka with lots of little restaurants in traditional style buildings. We had a feed of Ramen and then caught the train back to Namba and our hotel, where had a welcome bath and crashed ...