Hotel Wing International Shin-Osaka
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The pajamas were so comfortable as was the bed. The shower is the hottest I had ever had. Everything was clean. The location was great!T
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... a walk outside to see the what is near the hotel. I find a sort of arcade streets where the entire street is covered with a plastic roof. This is handy because it is still raining.
I do notice that the streets aren't strait but instead bend as streets do in older cities. Never the less I loose my barrings and when I cross a river that is not on my map I discover that I have walked outside ...
... some in Japanese, some in english).
Its adorable, because as I ride my bike to school people say Ohayoo Gozaimasu (good morning) as I pass by and in the corridors at school :)
I was invited to visit a few english classes and assist teachers by answering questions from students and some pronunciation as well.
Currently I am observing classes of year 10, 11 and 12s. Mostly English.
# of New beers: 82
# of times we did laundry: 7
#of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
# of holes Amber's sneakers: ...
... prevent assasins and the like creeping up on the Shogun. The Japanese for these floors is "nightingale floors."
Behind the house was a rock garden with pool and a waterfall.
Also in the same garden is Nijo-jin'ya, an inn for feudal lords who were visiting. It has an intriguing set of security features including, trap doors, false walls, escape hatches and hidden floors and stairs. Unfortunately trips round this place ...
... we were shelling out almost a full day's budget on dinner we couldn't justify the expense. So instead we spent the next couple of hours exploring the Kitana area and doing a full loop of the sight-seeing bus!!!
Anyway, 5pm soon came and we managed to find a steak house serving Kōbe beef. The beef is graded with the best Kōbe beef being grade A1, this means an A1 price tag. We ended up going for a grade 3 and 4. The beef was cooked teppenyaki-style, ...