Super Hotel City Osaka & Natural Hot Springs
Travel Blogs from Osaka
... packed up their drinks and escorted us all the way to our doorstep!
One of the guys had studied abroad in Hawaii so he had enough English
to keep up a conversation and Steph got to practice some Japanese.
Even when we could see the neon lights of our hotel in the distance,
they insisted on walking us all the way. At the entrance we thanked
them profusely and they went off into the night, presumably right
back to the station steps to keep drinking.
... the sun was starting to set - was slightly nerve-wracking taking the glass elevator, steep escalator and walking round the very open observatory though!
After a quick dinner in a Korean beef-bowl restaurant where the food was served in sizzling hot iron bowls with a raw egg sitting on top that you stir in yourself, creating egg fried rice) we headed back to hostel as we wanted to take part in the drinking party hosted by a member of ...
... direction of travel (and at the touch of a button swivel round to change direction) and of course super fast. Our journey today is 3 hours...and as the train announcer says we make 'brief' stops at Nagoya, Kyoto and a few other places. As you get to the station a tune is played to basically warn you to get up and get your stuff together and get of the train NOW lol
Now last time we came to Osaka (on our anniversary in 2010) we didn't have ...
... 10 years I let him chose the movie. And yes as a tourist in Japan I watched The Tourist, not a bad movie as far as the usual Hollywood **** cinema goes and Masato liked it which was the main thing. Also hae discovered that I need to find more Japanese finls to watch in NZ with decent subtitles!
Masato talked to me about the type of men I like after I getting all excited smelling my favourite men's aftershave. He thought I would like wild ...
... area in Japan and while it's very large, it's nothing compared to Tokyo; to me, it felt like the Montreal to Tokyo's Toronto. It was seedier and grottier, but had a hell of a lot of personality. Max had booked a hotel over the internet, and it was only a couple of metro stops away from the main downtown areas.
Though we arrived long before check-in time, we were able to check in and leave ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility