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 …
... going to stay in Japan which is Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka. And with the arrival to the hotel room, our first day journey ends. Tired, ... we totally forgot to take a picture of the room.
i) Tap water is drinkable in Japan and there are a lot of drinking spots in Universal Studio. So just bring your empty bottle to refill
ii) Everything is expensive. The worst thing is 100 yen and 500 yen which is roughly equivalent ...
... the exact wrong direction, we found our way to the subway station, and made our way towards the harbour side. Very very cold, but largely uneventful, aside from Charlotte walking into a lamppost, we arrived at the Osaka Aquarium shopping complex, which thankfully was very quiet. I'm assuming because it was a little overcast and a little cold that the majority of people were afraid of death by hypothermia, and decided to stay home.
Today was a very interesting day. In the morning, my host parents took me to visit Osaka Castle (大阪城), the main place that I wanted to go to while I was here. There are many grounds surrounding the castle, including Nishinomaru Garden and Hokoku Shrine. The entrance to the shrine is quite close to the main castle grounds so we decided to go there first. We were lucky enough to catch the end of a wedding ceremony, the bride and groom were having their photo taken at ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services