The Ritz-Carlton Osaka
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... with a group, asking us questions from their printed books, and practicing their English, giving us little packets with information on their school etc, photos of them with us and vice versa, and that all we enjoyed, it has their information and once home I will write to them, they are all in uniform, some have sailor suits, Junior High School pupils. Off to the next place which was the Nijo Castle, so ...
... some very good showers.
Amerika-Mura and Dotomburi
Feeling refreshed and perhaps a little delusional about how tired we were, we
set off for a 'Sights of Minami-City' walk from one of our travel
guides (Lonely Planet Japan – page 346).
The walk took us through the shopping areas of Amerika-Mura and
Shinsaibashi market before winding into the area known as Dotomburi ...
... floor from where you would need to board an escalator for the last leg which carries you all the way to the top. Excellent view of the city on all directions. On our way back, we did try the cafe for a cappuccino and sundae ice-cream. On the first floor, they had 2 wooden statues of cow and a giraffe and a water feature where you can also take pictures.
Headed back straight to the hotel in a cab since it was my check in time at 3PM. Collected the ...
... ever been. At first you try to make sense of it but in the end you just think...classic Japan! It'd be similar to drinking 4 bottles of Tequila, spinning around 400 times and then opening your eyes & finding yourself in the middle of a street parade. It's just so much fun! Very very very highly recommended! We had such a great time & a massive adventure.
Lots of Love & Sushi,
... who would basically just continuously yell 'GO STRAIGHT' in a thick japanese accent. The young boy, on his quest for love did not trust his school friend and would intermittently kick out or bend over in an attempt to find the stone. It was probably a lot funnier than I am able to describe in words for you.
While going around Kiyomizu-dera and taking photos it began to lightly snow. This excited both Ben and myself very much because I, at least, did not think that this ...