- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... we only had a half hour there. By the time I walked the mall a few times, we had about 15 minutes left before leaving. My professor came up to me and said he was searching for green tea kit-kats. I was intrigued by the sound of that so I decided to join his quest. We came across a store called Cotco (hmm, sounds awfully familiar….) where we found the green tea kit-kats. Figures Cotco would be the place we found what we were looking for. I also picked up some ...
... complimented the other meals that we had including karage, omelette on rice and some noodles. So of course Narty and I had to do a little shopping on the way back - it turned out to be just window shopping, but you could easily spend hours here trying on shoes and accessories and admiring gorgeous handbags. We went in search of a bar, and consulted Lonely Planet for some advice. It directed us to Murphy's - an Irish bar on the sixth floor ...
... chunky monkeys but we're happy and that's all that matters!) Now that we were ready to start our day we jumped on the subway and headed towards the bus stop in order to purchase our tickets for tomorrow(we're taking an overnight bus to Fukuoka tomorrow which will be an adventure in itself) and managed to get them with the help of the ladies that worked there. Afterwards I decided to fight (I will never conquer it) my fear of heights and check out the Umeda sky building. MOM you ...
... 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 ...
... I am now sitting outside on her balcony, listening to music whilst writing my blog. Its really beautiful and peaceful out here. I feel like I've finally settled in to life in Japan and I only have 3 more days left. Wow - time flies and soon I'll be back in Melbourne doing the same routine. Anyway as I'm getting very tired and my eyes are finding it hard to stay open I think its time to close off tonights entry. Short but sweet. See you tomorrow Osaka! Sayonara! ...