Shin Osaka Washington Hotel Plaza
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... decided on a restaurant which showed what looked like beef on the barbeque on its sign. Turned out this was a new experience. We were sat at a table with a sunken grill in the middle of the table - we picked out a beef selection for two and the server brought us a plate with 5 different cuts of beef and a few vegetables. Add 2 bowls of rice and we were good to go! Greg got to grill away from home! Flavours were excellent and all was very ...
... with many other parts of the castle destroyed by fire during the turbulent transition from shogunate to imperial restoration. After the Meiji period, the site of Osaka Castle was used by the army and it wasn't until 1931 that public opinion provided the impetus to restore the Main Tower. There was also some damage within the castle area during WWII, which was later restored and turned into a historical park area.
The Main Tower is an eight floor ...
We were woken up at 6.45am by the TV coming on. The young German lad came by our room again at 7.30am to clear our bed away and set our breakfast up. We were given tofu soup, fish, egg, mushrooms, another tofu dish but different constancy, miso soup and other bits. I couldn't eat any of it. Noel also struggled. It was horrid. We packed up and the hotel arranged to take us to the train station in their car. It had just started snowing. We ...
- We had a fun day today, as the typhoon was gone over the night.
- We took a train to Kobe, where we visited famous waterfalls, which were a great sight in this urban environment.
- From there, we continued to Imeji and took a look at the town's famous castle.
- Tomorrow, we're going back to Nara, to visit tbe deers. Yay!!! :-) ...
... I got to see that they have an automated beer pourer, which actually tilits the beer in two stages for the initial pour, and then to finish with about an inch and a half of head. It was a wondrous thing… Next we had more beer and meat. Honestly, that’s kind of how the night went. I wasn’t doing any of the cooking, so I quickly got lost in conversation and looked down every once in a while to find a nice chunk of delicious meat! I say chunk, but ...