Ramada Osaka Hotel
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... to the guy next to me this was partly a result of their surprise at being in 2nd position in the first place having just been promoted and the fact that anyone can beat anyone on their day in the j-league. Rather than being seen as a bad luck charm, I was instead invited by the group to a bar near the station where we had a few beers. Tomorrow I am heading to Nara, with hope that the weather will have improved a little on the last 2 ...
... having both been in up all the stairs in the castle and walked round the park I can feel that it has been enough site-seeing today and I just go back to my hotel.
In the evening, going out for some dinner, I discover that there is a underground city under my hotel complete with underground shops and streets that goes for kilometres. Nice - I must make an excursion down here at some point.
Steps / strides today: 18264
... free festival because i could see people walking in and out of the entrance but as i tried to do the same i got stopped by a man and he told me i had to pay the entrance fee of 5000 yen first. That's about 38 euro and since the festival had less than three hours to go i walked to the nearest grassfield and chilled a bit under a tree. It was about time to go to the hostel and freshen up a bit. I wanted to my phone for the easiest route but noticed that ...
... was narrow and tall with a lot of
steep steps, lit beautifully in the evenings by lots of tea lights.
We met Thomas for a meal that evening and took a wonder round the
streets of Osaka. Wow. It was big and bright and full of people and
'hosts' on the main streets but eerily quiet on the lanes around it.
With so many flashing arcades around, Thomas and Paul couldn't resist
and a drumming competition occurred.
The next day we took a trip to ...
... I downloaded was a fantastic reality check demonstrating how difficult learning Japanese was going to be. My dive into the water apparently brought me quickly towards rock bottom as I bought my bullet train ticket to Kyoto from Narita airport of Tokyo, which cost a fortune (160$ for 3.5 hours). it continued as I stood on the shiny concrete floor contemplating which scribble was the right one to follow. Thankfully I started my trip at the airport ...