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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... Rain Forrest with some crazy looking fish in the water and on land the Capybara. I have never seen a Capybara before, it is the largest species of rodent in the world and looks a bit like a pig sized beaver, not what I would expect in an aquarium but cool none the less. This place definitely had it all, seals, dolphins, otters, sharks, turtles and octopi. The amazing thing about the Pacific Ocean tank is that it is 30 feet deep, contains 5,400 cubic meters ...
Running a tight schedule; today we ride the train to Osaka which is our last destination of our trip in Japan. Our hotel is close to Shinsaibashi-suji shopping street which is more a 24/7 arcade street than shopping street. One after the other gamble hall is located here, and inside rows and rows of slot machines with the difference that these work with small steel balls (Pachinko). The ...
... 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 ...
... from bronze. As we walk through the park to get to the temple, we see herds of deer along the wide walkways. The Japanese consider deer to be messengers from God, and so they are protected and sacred. The deer in the park totally understand their place in Japanese lore and they thrive on the benevolence of visitors. They literally bow to people and then wait for a snack. We reach the first gate of the temple and see the guardians, who ...