Kyoto Tower Hotel
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... school ryokan too, so lots of photos the temples are so beautiful, next we decided to head to the Kyoto Palace Gardens, and the colours of the leaves and the absolute cleanliness here is amazing, something most definitely that every country needs to take a good look at aspiring to be like. We walked around for ages and even had a lovely english speaking high school student start chatting to us, asking many questions ...
... geduldig, met een klein kwastje, enkele kanji tekens op de poorten aan het bijschilderen is. Het idee dat je er nog 2599 moet lijkt me niet erg motiverend.
Vanaf de top ren ik met een drafje weer naar beneden; langzaam traf af lopen is gewoon irritant.
Als ik bijna beneden ben, vragen enkele toeristen aan mij hoever het nog is naar de top. Ik vertel ze enthousiast dat dit nog maar het begin is.
Ik zie beneden tot mijn verrassing ...
... him sad & not finding what he really wanted made me a little emotional and hugged him. I know how it feels when you don't get something that you've been waiting for a long time, so um... yeah, sad moment. But anyway, he was still able to buy some cool stuffs, like a bag inspired by Ash's backpack. They seriously have some kick-ass Pokemon merchandise there, but I wasn't able to find anything for me, so nevermind. It was about 6 PM, and we ran into a mall on ...
... every year which was when we just so happened to swing by. Hoorah! In Nara, there is a temple where the main rituals occur, the path leading up to which is lined with three thousand stone lanterns that are lit only on that particular day . The temple itself holds its own lanterns, and everyone lights their own paper ones and places them within the temple to bring good luck for the new season. Its was awesome, and felt as though we were part of ancient rite. Maaagical.