Tennoji Miyako Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Adult pool
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... and pachinko (pin-ball arcade) parlours. It really comes alive at night when all the giant sized "creatures" (crabs, hands holding sushi, cows etc) advertising the restaurants and neon lights come on, so we also went back for dinner. The first pass through though we tried the octopus balls, which were surprisingly good and Okonomiyaki. Second time we filled up on delicious Kobe beef at a Yakaniku (barbecue) restaurant. I didn't realise that wagyu ...
... sup>) is a hilltop Japanese castle complex located in Himeji, in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The castle is regarded as the finest surviving example of prototypical Japanese castle architecture, ...
... is really good. Kylie didn't have any she just made herself an omelet and cooked herself a bunch of shrimp. It was fun. We showed them pictures of our trip so far, Shono has never been to Hokkaidodo or Tokyo. After lunch they took us to a dessert shop. When you walk in you have to take off your shoes. Good thing I wore socks without holes. All of the tables were low tables with cushions for seats. I could never sit crossed legged long or on my knees. I would make ...
... career, having been burnt down a couple of times, once after being struck by lightning and another during one of the wars, only to be rebuilt. The area was used by troops during WW2 and the area around it was bombed. That area now makes up the park land. After the castle we cross the road to Osaka Museum, not to visit as we don’t have enough time, but the building is impressive and John wants to have a look at it. We then taxi it back to the hotel, have a spot ...
... with the largest portion of passion fruit mousse I've ever seen. First faux-pas of the trip: Oli eating with chopsticks using his left hand while on the right of a Japanese neighbor too polite to disapprove. His mastery of the fork however, was perfect. And this is certainly just the beginning of our great 'Baka Gaijin' adventures. Argh, I should have tried the 'Food ...