Bellevue Garden Hotel Kansai International Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the UK which is utter ******** i might add. However i prefer not to go to jail so I bought a letter opener in the shape of a miniature sword, if i stick it in my suitcase hopefully nobody will notice!
On the way down from the observation deck there was floors given over to museums and displays regarding the Summer War in Osaka, when the Tokugawa defeated the Toyotomi clan and unified Japan under their rule. There were some pretty interesting ...
... double rooms so both rooms just had the one bed, as you can imagine Marc & Sean weren't over joyed about that idea. Got showered and threw on some extra layers took a group shot and headed out. We went to Bar Soirée first as it was closest to see our mate who owns it Kosuke. He had the night off and we had a bottle of Fireball for him so we just had a quick drink and agreed to visit him again tomorrow. Was a good ...
... said things in Japanese and how they said things in English (my name proved to be a struggle). I guess I'm so grateful that Nat organised this dinner. I guess when does anyone actually go to a foreign country and actually get to spend some good quality time with girls the same age as you in their country. It was something I've never experienced and I really enjoyed bridging the gap and getting to share our culture and language with them and ...
... the immigration was not foreigner-friendly. The only word I heard there was 'foreign passport!' in Kansai accents to direct foreign visitors and there were only two counters in spite of long waiting lines for them. The immigration was very crowded and they appologised only in Japanese, although foreign passport holders had a harder time there. After passing through all the check-out procedures, I tried to explore the airport, but Because I was craving for Japanese food, ...
... and long
hours. But, as the woman rules the
house, the men hand over the paychecks and are typically given an allowance.
Conformity is the
rule here. People will never air their
grievances and opinions and will go to great lengths to avoid being
conspicuous. It is all about harmony,
and “blending in.” Outspokenness is
avoided and considered bad manners. The
Japanese seldom make eye contact. It's
been said that ...