APA Hotel Kyoto Eki Horikawadori
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So we have been having a great time in Kyoto! There are so many amazing things in this great city. On our first full day here, we decided to go to Arashiyama, which is a beautiful mountain area with old temples and gardens and beautiful places to walk.the streets are lined with beautiful souvenir shops and restaurants. We had awesome udon noodles …
... men in jinbei walked the streets lending a very cultural feel to the city. Our first day we visited Nijō Castle, where the Tokugawa Shoguns lived. A massive grounds, and large castle sit in the middle of the city, yet once you were inside its walls the outside world just dissapeared. All the hallways had ultra squeaky floors (called Nightingale floors) but they made chirping noises instead of typical squeaks. This ...
... seaweed paper). Some also contain some filling at the center of the rice. My favorite is the one with the gold label, couldn’t tell you what it is. The wasabi crispy thingys were really wasabi-y. I’m pretty sure they used real wasabi too, because if I put more than a modest handful in my mouth at one time, I got that mega-spicy-horseradish sensation that makes you feel like your nose is going to explode off of your ...
... that brings and it's academic reputation. In 1945, Hiroshima and Kyoto were targetted by the US for use of the atomic bomb. The US secretary of defence at the time advocated that Kyoto was a poor choice of target. He had also taken his honeymoon in Kyoto a few years previously and loved the city for its academia and rich cultural heritage. Nagasaki was eventually selected instead. Some subjunctive history of which Hector would be proud. ...
... and found our way to Osaka Castle which looked amazing when the lights turned on when it's dark
We are lucky to be in Kyoto when there's a festival and even more lucky to stay somewhere so close to where the parade will be held. We watched the parade while we were doing laundry
Fushimi Inari Shrine
After finished watching Jidai Matsuri, we travelled out of Kyoto and went to Fushimi Inari Shrine. I ...
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A little small, but very comfortable and clean
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