Osakako Reimeien Hotel
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... and head to the hotel for the night, the Conrad Singapore.
They were very obliging and sent up toothbrushes, robes and toothpaste, as well as a bottle of wine on the house to enjoy with our dinner. After a quick bath Vaughan called the airline only to confirm the bag had not arrived on the next flight. Our best hope now was that it would arrive on the 11pm flight which would then be dropped off at the hotel at 2am.
We stayed up until after 11pm to see if our bag ...
... at Osaka is also a must see with its beautiful gold leaf art work and intimidating moat. In addition, the Aquirium is well worth a visit because it is the home to a whale shark! Unfortunatly, when I was there the shark wasn`t, which made me feel a little let down. Plus it was quite expensive to get a ticket, costing 2,300 yen.
If you go to Japana and visit Kyoto, you must travel to Osaka. It`s only twenty five minutes away by train and one of the most fun cities in Japan! ...
... and then to ordering your food. Kids had fun. We set off again to just explore for a while and look for another station on the line we take every day where we'd seen another 100 yen shop. Was a good ride, found the shop, Mo bought more stuff, and headed home. Would have taken pictures but it started raining just as we got home so we rushed to get inside. After ride we napped a bit and then took turns showering to go out and visit Dennis and Yuriko in Kobe once more. ...
... We were afforded some great views over the city at night. It was well worth doing and I'd highly recommend it. Probably not great if you're not good with heights.
I'm quite sad to be leaving Japan tomorrow. It really is a fantastic place and there's so much more to see and do. I'm sure we'll be back one day though. Tomorrow we fly to Beijing, where we're staying for 4 nights, so it's hard to be too downbeat.
... accurate, and it was a fantastic meal which is going to be difficult to top for the remainder of the trip.
Thoroughly full, and fairly exhausted we decided to make tracks towards the hotel. After some more wanderings through the neon, crowds, and along the canal we headed back via the main road south to the hotel.
Stopping briefly for photos at Namba Carnival mall, since we missed the illuminations there on our trek north, we returned to the hotel.