Hotel Vista Premio Dojima
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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Meal plan
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Osaka was a random one night stop made in order to make full use of my Railpass. I arrived at Shin-Osaka yesterday in the rain and took a train to the Osaka station. This is the first rainy day of my trip and it rained all day long. After dropping off my bags at the hotel I had the usual difficulty in finding it - maybe I need to do a map reading …
Osaka is one of Japan's largest and most modern cities, obsessed with food and consequently with a reputation for being a place "to eat until you drop". It has a few local cuisines that it's particularly famous for including octopus balls (small balls of light choux-like pastry with a bit of octopus in the middle) and okonomiyaki (a pancake-like meal with cabbage, sometimes noodles, a selection of seafood and/or meats, sometimes an additional egg and ...
... paintings detailing battles. There is a full scale replica of Toyotomi's Golden Tea Room, with all the walls decorated with gold leaf.
One of the things I appreciated was that the castle provides an elevator. While this is scorned by the purists, it makes the castle available to those who are unable to climb the stairs. As most of the stairs in the castles are narrow (almost like a ladder in many instances) to each level, I think this is a wonderful way ...
... we didn't want to cart them around Kinosaki. The St Regis is the best hotel in Osaka. We paid half price at £130 (with a discount code of course) for one night of pure luxury. It didn't disappoint. From the moment we walked through the door (looking like tramps) we were treated like royalty. They took us up to the room straight away and it was awesome. We had panoramic views over the city, even from the bath tub! Every attention ...
Today we took a noon train to Nara, to be able to experience the wild deer there again.
While the deer have already changed into their winter fur (which look less nice than their summer fur) and the male deer have had their horns cut (hormones, you ...