hotel AGORA osaka moriguchi
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We say "sayonara" to Kyoto and head to Osaka. First mistake was taking a local JR line instead of the Shinkenshen fast train with reserved seats. Standing on a crowded train with luggage and backpacks for 40mins hanging on for dear life was an experience we could have lived without. Lol We arrived in Osaka at about 11am and check in is at 5 so we stored our luggage, stopped in at Tourist Info for ideas on how to pass the time. We are told to make our way through the Grand Front ...
By the time we get back from the day's travels, if I haven't written while the day progresses, it is honestly hard to remember what we did earlier in the day. Each day is so full, although tomorrow is the first and only day we have completely on our own during the tour. Nevertheless we have an optional tour booked, but I shouldn't get ahead of myself. The day started with a visit to a garden and temple, Kinkakuji which is justly famous for its golden pavillion. Having ...
... the concept of bashert in Yiddish, things that are meant to happen…
From Shinto we learn again that any place can be holy, any person a manifestation of the divine. As Jacob said when he awoke on what later became the Temple Mount (and the Dome of the Rock, and the Sacred Precinct), “Surely God was in this place and I, I didn’t know it!”
But as for so many peoples and traditions, a formal blessing in a historic shrine takes on added meaning. ...
... and my knees still dangerously close to the basket...did I mention a basket? We headed off to our first stop which was Nishi-Honganji Temple, then the Nijo Castle where the first Shogun of the Edo period (the richest leader of Japan) built a local castle in the Samurai style and started a dynasty which lasted a peaceful 270 years. This castle is famous for the resignation of the last ever ruling Shogun in the early 20th century after Admiral Perry opened ...
... go so you order the amount u eat ! So dishes come out at different times ! It makes u enjoy it so much more and eat so much less. Breakfast is so different to home ! We discovered that night the Japanese sit under the table on the floor and in the morning they sit on western style tables like us at home . It's all so different and a learning experience. We are so lucky to ...