Hearton Hotel Minamisenba
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Excellent hotel, good value for money, very close to Shinsaibashi center.
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Wow, what an awesome way to start our holiday! We arrived at the airport (thanks to our amazing peeps Chris and Lys for taking us - and for James providing last minute cuddles!). As we were lining up to check out - I noticed the same attendant that gave us free exit row seats on our trip to Fiji. We were reminiscing over how awesome that was when …
... don't eat, that is shipped to Japan. And so we started our trip to Osaka and at times felt very lost in translation. First a train to Shinagawa with a transfer to the bullet Shinkasen that eventually makes its way to Osaka. There was some event causing a delay: men in uniforms running with ladders looking stressed but since we could not understand the explanations, I have no idea what the problem was. Paul was taking photos, of course, and a young man in the seat behind us gave ...
... stumble out and are a puddle, they make it as far as the gutter and both are sharing the gutter to vomit in, the next person comes out and makes it across the street and face plants on some stairs, the cops come and grab a 2 of them, and i ask they going to jail?......No just a free ride to the Hospital!! wow crazy! We say our goodbyes with a massive bear Canadian bear hug and they head home, me and steven should have probaly followed suit but we are not that smart....we ...
... induced diseases. All in all the afternoon was very interesting but depressing. I felt much the same way as I did when I visited Pearl Harbor. War is a total waste of life. I really don't know what purpose it serves.
I learned several interesting things today. First why do many of the Japanese wear masks? There are several reasons that are almost all cultural. They consider in very rude to blow your nose or sneeze in public. Therefore they wear a mask to protect the ...
... dinner. We had "sukiyaki" again, the hot wok meal I first had for my family welcome party here. We ended up rushing down to the nearest store to buy our Universal Studios tickets for tomorrow - how convenient, we'll be able to skip the huge queue! Eddie is also coming along, which should be fun. It's been a long time since I've been at USJ but on my last trip it was most definitely a highlight so I am looking forward to going again.