Bellevue Garden Hotel Kansai International Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... on the dot, the first float was eased out of it's home. More and more floats appeared and all sorts of other traditional carts and things and people dressed in costumes. The whole display was colourful and great to see. Especially great that so many people from the town were involved. After our fill of float viewing we headed to Don coffee again for our official ...
Osaka was a pretty cool city. I wasn't planning on staying here but the night bus I wanted to take was sold out. I ended up checking out the Osaka Aquarium. It was fun to count off all the critters that I have already seen in the wild. The set up is pretty neat. They have one huge central tank a the path winds around the perimeter about three times, and the smaller tanks are on ...
... into the dryer and passed the time waiting for them to dry by browsing the shops in Amemura. Sean and Deb decided to pass on the Football and go shopping for jackets for them both. Marc and I went to see Cerezo Osaka v FC Tokyo. The atmosphere the Japanese fans generate at their games is just amazing. So well done with the flags, the colour and the singing. Cerezo won the game 1-0. Tokyo were unlucky having two goals disallowed for ...
... where I could at least understand what kind of food was served. In particular, this restaurant served the kind of food that I wanted to try in Osaka...Osaka style okonomiyaki (pancake - completely different from Hiroshima style okonomiyaki) and Takoyaki (octopus balls). The okonomiyaki was really tasty but it takes ages to cook, which isn't great if you're really hungry and have to wait 30 mins for your dinner. The Takoyaki on the other hand, I ...
... 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, ...