The Ritz-Carlton Osaka
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... journey once we landed.
After arriving to Japan through Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan, we were amazed at how different the country was. Everything was different down to the toilets they used. We immediately took a cab to the temple we had planned to visit.
We drove all the way from the airport to Kyoto, Japan where the temple was, about an hour and a half drive. On the drive, we ...
... and we figured Friday would be quieter than the holiday weekend, ha! Wrong! Or if it was I'm glad we weren't there Saturday. All the big rides had pretty long queues of an hour or more but Harry Potter world?, you had to queue to get a time to get in a queue to get in the Hogsmeade area and if you wanted a butterbeer it'd be a queue of an hour to get a ticket for a queue for a drink. If you actually wanted to do the ride it was 220 ...
... The freeways are all raised above street level. The housing is mostly apartments. They are interesting in that most are walk-ups even when 10 to 12 stories. The stairs are on the outside of the building. All of the cars are small and most are Toyotas. There are very few luxury cars in evidence…no Mercedes, Jaguars and no American cars. Not even any Lexuses!! Japan is obviously not doing as well economically as China.
Today I got the opportunity to visit the Osaka Special Needs Education School for the Visually Impaired (大阪府立ෂ 2;覚支援学Ċ 57;). In the morning I still had to bike to Hannan, which I thought was a bit useless, considering VISH School is actually closer to my house than Hannan is, and I didn't have any classes at Hannan today. However, I still headed to Hannan and since I wasn't ...
... thought we could reach the next site, the Imperial's Palace on time before closure, but we didn't. The officer at the entrance suggested us to pre-register or 'request for permission' to get in first anyway. So we did, and it had to be the next day at 10am. After that we have time left for another site that we hope still open, Kiyomitzu-dera Temple.
After quite a ride especially up hill we finally arrived to this Unesco's world heritage site. The temple ...