Super Hotel City Osaka & Natural Hot Springs
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... to try their world famous Okonominoyaki or Japanese pancake. On arrival to Osaka, I left the grand Osaka station and head off to my hostel. The Weather in Osaka is much different from Tokyo. They humidity with the heat is just unbearable. As soon as I arrived at the hostel, I am a sweaty pig. So I first jump into the shower. It's surprising how comfortable the shower and room is. The shared bunk bed is complete with electric plug,coat hanger and 3 small closet space. ...
... and were impressed by the size of the tanks. The central tank went across all floors and was so big it felt like being in the sea. After the aquarium we went to check in to or hotel. When looking through the information lack we discovered the hotel restaurant was aquarium themed and this seemed so fitting we decided it had to be done. The restaurant was in the basement with low lighting except from the many fish ...
... day, no matter what age or gender (yes, we did see a Grandma Cookie Monster).
2. The rides and the decorations- plus it was all done up for Christmas.
3. The magical starlight parade- the music was annoying but the parade lived up to its name.
4. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter- enough said.
5. It is amazing!!!
Oh, and yes we did feel the need to fit in with the hat wearing crowds so SpiderMan and Snoopy were purchased. ...
... so we found a restaurant that served both.
On September 19th, Japan launched the Kuro black burger at Burger King for a limited time and Jomo sent me link about it. I never saw a BK until we entered the Osaka airport. We couldn't resist trying it and it didn't disappoint. The burger was infused with squid ink and the bun and cheese were colored with bamboo charcoal.
This has been an amazing trip and I hope you’ve ...
... lodging arrangements. And while the space was limited, it was actually ample enough.
The late afternoon and evening was reserved for reading, talking, more reading, an audio-book (glad I'd downloaded a new one).
It didn't seem long before we were again rolling down our "cabin doors" and enjoying the nice rhythmic rocking of the ferry as it moved ...