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Night Scene At Hotel Sunroute, Osaka

NIGHT TIME IN OSAKA...

We walked practically the whole day... I mean we were out from the hotel almost the whole day and evening...  Walking, taking subways, walking.... well, I really don't mind if the weather is cooling.  No sweat and I love the cold weather, the North Face jacket keeps me warmth most of the time.  No regrets investing in one.... LOL...
This is the hotel we stayed... 
Very convenient, though a bit small but clean and comfy...
Enough space to put our suitcases and walk just two steps to the bathroom... 
LOL... 
One night cost around RM400 plus minus.. 
I wouldn't mind coming back to this hotel again next time... 
Along the same row of the hotel....

Yes, this is near our hotel..... 
Looking for food.... 
Saw a super long queue of people waiting for their bowl of Ramen at Inchiran... 
No, I am not a patient one... the queue is really too long!
Was told that this is the main icon here in Osaka...
Glico!
Must never leave Osaka without doing this!
Daytime once.... 
And night time once again!
LOL.... 

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  1. This Glico Ad with the man running is the longest ad in the world that has not been changed.

    The long queue for the ramen is crazy and not the best some more. I went to eat the one with huge dragons on their entrance which is Osaka's famous landmark.

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    1. That was what I heard about the ramen... too long Q to wait anyway..

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  2. Oh, you were in Osaka too? Did you go out of Osaka? I'm still posting my strings of travel posts. Hahaha! Bet you had a great time! xoxo

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    1. Yes, I was there for ten days in total.. hahaaa..

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    1. We went to those places without having to queue.. haaaa

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  4. Aiyorrrr!!! Long queue! No, thank you.

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  5. Nice Glico ad model....and i don't mean the guy in the singlet! ;)

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    1. Must do one pose before leaving Osaka! hahahaa

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  7. You were staying in Shinsaibashi? The night view was spectacular.

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  8. You are so sporting to do a pose each during night and day.

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  9. Beautiful night view near your hotel. Such a long queue for just a bowl of ramen? Ha ha ha!

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