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... as well as frozen, Japanese baked goods and sweets. Going DOWN to level 1 takes one to the Domestic Terminal.
Some others from the Volendam were consuming Starbucks coffee and baked goods they had bought and taken up to Level 1. As we normally do, we had decided to eat “the native” food. We chose to eat separately because we did not want to haul all the baggage down to level 2 (no carts allowed), nor did we want to spend about 14,000 ...
... Heading back to Tennoji station, I hopped back on the Osaka loop line to my final destination of the day, the Osaka Museum of Housing and Living. The museum itself was a pain in the **** to find. Apparently it was only a short walk from the station, but the map on the back of the leaflet was useless, giving no real directions through the maze of streets and alleys between the station and the museum. I had to ask for directions 3 times before finally, ...
... far from the station. And again I'm impressed with the hostel's little differences: Curtains to grant some privacy in the bunk beds, are a great invention, but strangely available here in Japan only. And in this place they're even equipped with magnets to close them properly. Another useful thing are the holes in the lamp's plug, for that I can plug in something else on top of it. Then there is the fan: It looks like a fan, but ...
... I enter a store or
shop they bow and say some words to me.
Victor advised the translation; "An honorable person is present." Ummm…yes and thanks for noticing. Besides the businessmen wearing black suits and
making it look like a funeral directors convention, every other worker proudly
wears a uniform, always cleaned and pressed.
Bus and train drivers here wear suits, ties, and white gloves.
Here, the sexes more
... also had a tearoom and a big pond. It was really pretty, especially because it is fall and all the leaves are changing color. It was the perfect fall day with sunny weather and pretty fall colors everywhere. Next we visited the Golden Pavilion. It is called the Golden Pavilion because the 2nd and 3rd floors are covered with gold leaf. It sits on the Kyoko-chi pond meaning mirror pond. It was literally a mirror pond because the pavilion and the little islands on ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility