Ramada Osaka Hotel
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... the area were the octopus dumplings, cabbage pancakes, abalone basted with sake broth and sausages. We walked to a restaurant nearby and enjoyed the delicious cabbage pancakes made on the grill at the table. After lunch we walked into the shopping area where we saw one of shops where you can buy the plastic food that shows the food options in restaurants and bought long johns for the hike as it just might be cold. We have practised our exit by train and tomorrow we start the Kumano ...
... to visit the Fushimi Inari shrine and see the Gion district. We took the kids to the undeniably touristy and unauthentic Kyoto Ninja Dinner Show in the evening. It was a blast! Random Observations: you never see money that doesn't look mint. No putting your 1000yen note through the washing machine ...
What a great night's sleep. Our room is beautiful and we have a beautiful view of the city from the 25th floor. This morning after a lovely breakfast at the hotel we decided to walk down the pedestrian mall. That was fun. Interesting stores with interesting displays. We have noticed these drink vending machines on the streets everywhere.
We came back to the hotel and took a taxi to the Osaka Aquarium. ...
... but if he wanted me to deliver it in Japanese too, that he should have let me know way before ten minutes before doing it. He said okay (thank goodness), so it was decided that I'd just have to wing the speech in English. I went to the hall and congratulated the students, wished them well and all the rest. It felt strange, sort of like I was leaving too, which I suppose I am, but I was doing one of those stereotypical graduation speeches. I think ...
... open air shopping mall that far surpassed my expectations. There were music stores, clothing (for men even, something you don't see much of in Japan), food, souvenirs, religious shops, cosmetics, and everything in between. Still, we could not find reasonably priced duffle bags. They were all between 70 and 300 dollars. My friend, however, pointed out that their were large, used, canvas guitar cases for sale at ten dollars a piece. It actually fits all of my extra crud quite nicely. ...