RIHGA Nakanoshima Inn
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... have picked the right hotel as not only is the train station on the same block, but so is a Mr. Donut and Mosburger. Its also great that there are numerous restaurants within a block or two, as well as various small markets and convenience stores (which all sell beer, wine and liquor). Many shops don't open until 0900 - 1100, but everything is open late or 24/7 so we are set!
We ventured to central Osaka to explore the ...
... 6] and is a member of the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums (JAZA).
The aquarium is about a five-minute walk from ...
... them living in the wild in New Zealand. But it was great to see and learn about species we have never even heard off. The whale shark is the main attraction and it is so mystical. Such a beautiful creature. The Penguins and otters were cool as you could see them above water then watch them jump down into the water and watch them swim under water. We also got to stroke a shark and a ray at the end. The weather was miserable and grey so we decided not ...
... into the next. The forest was serene, yet filled with the sounds of the trees. It completely surpassed my expectation. Getting back to the path, we stopped by a particularly old shrine and met a few cats. My understanding is that in Japan there are stray cats, and there are wild cats. You can tell the wild cats from the stray because they’re much cleaner and healthier. We continued on the gated path, past a small body of water, and up higher onto ...
... know? If the mall was hectic, Osaka station defied description, with a confusing multiplicity of entrances and exits. I wandered in a loop trying to find my way to the back of the station and failing-and this without going to the underground section, which apparently spreads through most of Umeda. That might have been the best way to try to get to the floating observatory, which was to be my last stop for the day, given that the railway lines block the North of the station. I ...