Ramada Osaka Hotel
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Its been a little over two weeks since I started this journey at it has both more and less than what I expected. Traveling alone is not for everyone but it is a very interesting and fun way to see the world. There are moments when feeling lonely is unavoidable and being constantly on the road is exhausting. And traveling on a budget makes things a …
... in Japan - when one the whale sharks passes by close to the window you're looking in from, it's so amazing it's almost unreal! Apparently the main tank holds 5400 tons of water and is 9 metres deep. There are over 300 tons of acrylic glass used for the windows and each pane is 30cm thick!
So the aquarium was awesome but you know what ****** me off? My camera. I ran slap bang into the limitations of my camera when trying to take photos of moving fish ...
... sake and beer seemed to be all that was sold, although I had managed it all the rest of the trip (oh, apart from the snake wine, and the Bia Hai).. and this first night in Osaka was really just the end of the ski trip! .... .as I was saying, two pints, three hours and 5 face book friends later I emerged still not having found my hotel. Fortunately it was about 20 yards away. But, as I have found so often with people directing me they insisted in taking me there. I am returning to ...
... and head out later in our local neighborhood for dinner and a look about. We ambled back from the temple to catch the train "home". Rick commented once again about the sense of calm and non hurridness in the streets. People certainly go about their business with purpose but in general everyone appears to be fairly laid back and not too stressed. In a city of 3.5 million people it is amazing to walk down some of these streets and you could be in the countryside or in a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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