Osaka Riverside Hotel
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... and looked like a mirror image of the land in Florida except this one was so busy you could hardly move. As we walked past the Hogwarts express at the entrance we recognised the conductor as the one from our photos in Florida last year. They had literally taken all the actors and staff from the US and put them here for the land's opening. We had been on the ride in Florida and although it was very good didn't fancy going on it as it is a little bumpy. Instead we were more here to ...
... was. They said there were many cheap and dirty places around that way. I came across loads that were similar prices. I decided to try and stay in them instead of trekking around to try and find the diamond hotel. But every single hotel or guest house said they were fully booked. There was no way this was true. In all my travels I've never had this happen to me. This was defiantly the hardest places I've come across to try and find a place to stay. I must of tried at least ...
... one of the jokers at the school. A girl also came to see me about her speech, and I found myself in the same situation as my uni tutors are with me - She came to have me edit her English speech at the last minute, just how I go to my tutors at uni to ask if they could edit my Japanese speeches. Only this time, I'm the teacher. How the tables have turned, such a strange feeling!
After school I biked to VISH School with Kibayashi sensei for ...
... uneven surface where I kept thinking that the insurance company was going to confiscate my camera since it looked for certain that he was going to fall and get hurt.
Luckily, there were no injuries and we took the subway to see the Osaka castle. This was my third viewing of the castle at night and every time I have seen it it has been illuminated a different color. Tonight it was blue. After taking pictures we headed back toward our hotel on the subway and had Chinese food ...
... of it. There are a few
things to see in Osaka and then it is just a nice place to just
experience; the central area with all the lights and shops is
fascinating to wonder around in the evening. It is said to be the
loudest, dirtiest and most unsafe city in Japan, but to be honest, if
that is the standard set then we don't have anything to worry about
for the rest of our Japan trip as it was really clean and quiet
(particularly compared to China)