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 …
Het vliegveld van Osaka ligt een half uur buiten het centrum van de stad, dus we hadden we besloten met de trein naar de stad te gaan. Thuis had ik de route al helemaal uitgezocht, piece of cake dus. Even snel een kaartje kopen..., ja ja... dat Engels is hier nog niet echt in de mode geloof ik. Wel heeeeel veel mooie Japanse tekens. Maar met behulp …
... at the split second the Atomic Bomb hit and his watch stopped and never worked again. So it still displays the time of 8.15. Pretty eerie. We visited the only remaining building to be left standing after the bomb blast. And we also visited the memorial and peace shrine, which was covered in a million flowers, as the previous day was their 69th anniversary of the bombing. Very heavy but we are really happy we got to go and see it and pay our respects.
... walked down to Dotombori and explored the shops and eateries. Whilst waiting for the girls to look at a shop. I sat down on a chair and did my best impression of a Japanese commuter. I woke shortly afterwards. We returned to our hotel and had a shower and refreshed ourselves. That gave us another burst of energy. Em took us up to Umeda where we visited the Umeda tower or Floating Garden. This is a very tall 35 floors futuristic ...
... Pachinko is really popular in Japan and they have these massive pachinko parlours everywhere. I don't really understand pachinko, the only way I can describe it is that it's like pinball without the flippers. People sit there for hours just putting little ball bearings into the machine, I have no idea what's the attraction or the aim of the game. I headed over to the proper arcades! Well after my evening entertainment I went back to my box room to decide what I was going to do ...