Shin-Osaka Station Hotel Annex
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... day, no matter what age or gender (yes, we did see a Grandma Cookie Monster).
2. The rides and the decorations- plus it was all done up for Christmas.
3. The magical starlight parade- the music was annoying but the parade lived up to its name.
4. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter- enough said.
5. It is amazing!!!
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... the city and getting completely lost in the train stations. I can't stop raving at the Japanese Metro and JR workers. All of them, even in remote Beppu, knew enough English to tell me where to go and what train line to take.
Osaka is pretty eclectic when it comes to architecture. You have modern buildings like the Umeda Sky Building that is a beautiful feat of engineering, to colorful quirky love hotels, to traditional Ryokans and finally Osaka Castle. The ...
... we could sense the humidity and realised how hot and sticky it was ... Yuk ! While in transit to Osaka we couldn't help ourselves and had to have a can coffee from the vending machine a tradition of mine but again this was a sign I was in japan in summer only cold can coffee and no hot cans it was so strange for me ! Taking off from Osaka it was a great view and the plane was so spacious ! As we landed we could see how big Osaka really ...
Hello there! Today I have decided to go to Bogart's Cafe, I have read on TripAdvisor that it is a quaint little cafe that people would visit on a daily basis during their stay, must be pretty good then. Well time to catch a taxi into town, do a bit of shopping and go out for lunch at Bogart's.
I'm back at the hotel now! After spending an afternoon doing a whole lot of eating and shopping. Got ...
... lined with shops and food stalls, clogged up by tourists everywhere. Finally we reached the top and entered Kiyomizu.
By the time we found a taxi to get us to Kyoto Station, it was 5pm. Still one more hour before our Shinkansen left for Tokyo. We went to Isetan at Kyoto Station and tried our luck at one of our favourite dessert place. Found there was no queue and had Mont Blanc and strawberry shortcake at ...