RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka
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Fabulous place to stay ! Extremely customer friendly staff & great location !!
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... an egg cooked on the ultra-hot plate. Minna had gnocchi and asparagus followed by lamb and broccolini, and tiramisu with caramel ice cream. Howard had pasta with white fish and sautéed onions with roe, grilled rolled beef with asparagus and blancmange with melon and melon sorbet. We had a very nice valpolicella and wonderful coffee. Rating 9.0, because the food and atmosphere and service were great but the portions ...
... kidding, I don't blame him...we were really late. Should have bought a phone card... All we knew was that the place was down some hidden back street, situated beside some temple shrine named Yasaka. This was going to be some trouble..
We walked aimlessly for what seemed like ages, with backpacks and too many souvenir bags in hand. At times we just dropped everything and I had Cindy watch over things as I walked further ahead, with slim hopes at ...
... was used in the movie Laura croft: Tomb Raider.
Then we went and got some lunch. There were
pretty much as old as me but shorter and smaller that were selling pictures and
After our filling lunch we went to Angkor
Thom and even the walls had a lot of detail and there were three walls that we
got to go in. the third wall is where the ...
... large (insert sexual innuendo here), and at the appointed time let them go without tying them off, so that they shot into the air and slowly shrunk, looking like a version of confetti.
The fans were so fun and friendly - the old guys seated behind us enthusiastically high-five-d Blair when the Tigers finally scored, and a few seats away some younger guys noticed we didn't have balloons so they gave us a couple of theirs in time for the ...
... gardens will look even better in a week or two’s time.
Several things surprised us about Kyoto. Firstly it was very built up all the way from Osaka to Kyoto, a journey of about an hour and a quarter and we saw hardly any green spaces and the houses were built amongst factories and other industrial buildings. There were no suburbs as we would know them. Secondly, we saw a good number of ladies going around the town dressed in Kimonos which we would have expected to ...