- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were on, is the International Terminal. Level 2, easily accessible by going DOWN on any of the several escalators and an elevator, is the shopping/eating mall. It is spacious, clean and nicely laid out There were many small restaurants with typical displays in the windows of the foods and prices available at each. It also had a Starbucks. There was also plenty of other shopping: Not just tacky souvenirs, but nice clothing and jewelry, as well as extensive selections of ...
... good luck charm for travellers and a cloth that used to be precious to the Japanese. That night we went out for dinner to a Korean BBQ restaurant with Kaz's family, including his brother and his wife and their adorable one-year old son who had a great time throwing his parents' iPhones around. The dinner was delicious but we couldn't get away without some experimentation. This time we tried beef intestine, 3rd of 4 stomaches, throat, tongue (surprisingly good), rib, and Japanese ...
... selling goodies and souvenir. We got back to Osaka nearly 4pm so many site seeing in the city were closed already. We then wondered around Dotombori where it's like a walking street with various shops and restaurants, and of course fashion. You can take a stroll and observe today-Japanese-pop culture! Neon-light signs everywhere (even 3Ds stuff poping out of the shop's signs greeting visitors). Girls..and boys..and other tourists packing up the ...
... 8217;s much more fun dancing in the rain than hiding under some sort of umbrella and getting just as wet. Embrace everything fully - that’s my approach anyway.
Vinh and I were soaked and laughing by the time we got back but it didn’t take long to dry off and be nice and cosy watching it rain outside. Vinh’s mum was nowhere to be seen. She had decided to stay in the shelter of the subway station along with many other people but grew impatient too. In her ...
... They can fix me, when I get back to Switzerland!
Protected by my new temple umbrella I proceed to the museum. It's historical. I prefer arts - modern arts. Yesterday's should have been good, but by the time we got there, I had to run for my train. Anyways, it's an interesting collection and especially the buddha exibition is quite stunning. So is my next stop, the Kasuga Taisha Shrine in the forest and the closeby view point ...