Osaka Tokyu Inn
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... net in front of the pitcher.
* Osaka Buffaloes had 2 non-Japanese players playing tonight:
++Brandon Dickson, the starting (and winning) pitcher who pitched the first 6 innings - there was a different pitcher for each of the subsequent 3 innings.
++ Tony Blanco, the designated hitter who hit the only home run
* Osaka Buffaloes have an 18 member girls dance team which performed 3 or 4 times ...
... our way to Kyoto. We reach Osaka station on foot, along a very quiet path following the river. We just take some more time to visit a lovely rose garden right in the middle of a city park, full of beautiful roses in any variation of pink, red and orange; it definitely adds lots of colour to the grey river and the viaduct above! The train brings us to Kyoto, where we will stay in an apartment rented on Airbnb...but we got lost, as finding an address ...
... is a 39. The boots didn't fit so we left. It's also a business district wig many high rise buildings. We walked back through the station and out the other side towards the Umeda Sky Building. Along the way is another department store split into North and South. It houses more high street stores. Noel bought two t-shirts in the sale from Nudie Jeans. The Sky building is a short walk through an underpass. Noel had read about a restaurant on trip ...
Today we decided to start the day right with a nice hearty breakfast! We made French toast with cheesy scrambled eggs. It was nice to have a nice big family breakfast after the long day of travel yesterday. The plan for the day was to explore Fushimi Inari Taisha, have dinner at a Yakiniku (yah-key-NEE-koo), and then end with some karaoke! After breakfast, we grabbed a train over to Fushimi Inari Taisha. Fushimi Inari Taisha is a large temple/park with over 32,000 shrines! The park ...
Today was a long long day - the three flights home. At about 11.30am, Kibayashi picked me up from my host family's house to go to Itami airport. My host father had left earlier that morning for work, so I had already said goodbye to him. I said goodbye to my host mother, who cried when I left, then we began the hour drive to the airport. I had to be there two hours before to check in my luggage, and we were running a bit late because of the traffic, then Kibayashi wanted to stop to get ...