The Ritz-Carlton Osaka
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... around the area the 2 chefs are preparing the dishes - you just pick the dishes you want - all dishes are the same price and when lunch is over, they count the plates (130 yen each) to charge you. You might ask how we chose this particular restaurant in a sea of so many.... the poster outside advertising Asahi beer for 100 Yen (about $1.05 CDN).
On the way back to the hotel, we took a detour to check out the Kyocera Dome Osaka, ...
... city and the subway system and we were off on the train to our metro stop for our hotel.
We were lucky to get the key to our room a little earlier (usually you can't get into your room until 3.00pm), and we dropped off our bags and headed for Osaka Castle.
The weather has been good today, so we were keen to see the castle today, as there is a forecast for wet weather. Our hotel is fairly close to the castle, and it didn't take us long to get ...
... on the giant wheel either which was next door to the aquarium. That is only about 600 yen too. We headed back out into the rain with our brolly back to the subway. We changed at Hommachi and headed down to Namba. Noel had seen some trousers in Tommy Hilfiger so we wanted to get there before it closed. At Namba we had another cronut from Mister Donut. It tasted just as good as the day before. I really need to find somewhere in London that do them. ...
... but modest, with a single bell and ribbon and a few boulders chiseled with calligraphy. We only stuck around for a few minutes to enjoy the scenery before heading back to the train. Our dinner location was in Kyoto proper. Walking through Kyoto, the feel and layout is almost reminiscent of a mid-sized European city. Small streams run alongside the main roads, and parks and sitting areas crop up seemingly out of nowhere. We sat by a small stream and chatted ...
... I was and where I was from, my host mother referred to me as her "daughter from New Zealand". I've only been here a day and it seems that I have already been accepted into the family.
Later in the day, Kibayashi-sensei picked me up and we went to meet the Hannan school principal. He welcomed me and let me know what I will be doing for the month. I shall be helping three students with their English speeches, as they have an ...