Toyoko Inn Osaka Umeda Higashi
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... routine and wait for a comment.
3. After training on a specific event, before moving on to the next one, they all stand in a line at that event and say something together. I'm not quite sure what that is yet.
4. At the end of training they bow instead of present and then individually come up to the coaches and say "Sayonara," again waiting for eye contact and acknowledgment.
That's all for now.
We made it back to the surface and set off for our hotel. We walked down the street from the station (which is no easy task because you have to zig zag your way across the overpasses). And then turn left. Which we did. It was then we lost our way as we thought we may have walked too far. We made our way round and ended up back at Osaka station. So annoyed by our own incompetence we started off again. This time we turned right at the correct turnoff and made it ...
... lead us astray and into bad British habits we soon drank our way through the entire drinks menu! We had beer, cocktails, sake (bleurgh!), spirits and god only knows what else! On the way back to our hotel we even sat down with a group of buskers for a sing-along! Liam full of beer confidence soon picked up one of the lads guitars for a strum and before we knew a bit of Oasis was being belted out! It wasn’t long of course before there was a little ...
... a hill and into the annoying Americans behind us. Which we pretended we were REALLY sorry about...
The Wedding was later in the week and was absolutely stunning. It was one hour up the coast and the venue was on the side of a cliff. The Chapel was all glass and looked out over the sheer drop, as the sun was setting. The reception was around an infinity pool, also overlooking the sheer drop and beach below. We drank A LOT, danced to a lot of ABBA ( The Swedes loved that ...
... a Kimino Fashion Parade.
Back to the centre of Kyoto for a walk through the Nishiji markets where stalls seem to have no order ... fresh fish next to clothes, next to pickled vegetables, next to sake tasting.
We decide to walk through to Gion district to grab an early dinner. My first attempt to select a restaurant landed us in a Japanese establishment that was 100% Italian restaurant. Finally settle on a nice Japanese restaurant, followed by a taxi back to our ...