APA Hotel Kyoto Eki Horikawadori
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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A little small, but very comfortable and clean
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... which was delicious. As you will see throughout the trip, restaurants were selected for specific purposes, sometimes for the food, variety of cuisine and architecture.
Manzara Hoten had good food and some nice architectural interiors. Photos include backdrop of bar at which one sits to be served. Also a rock garden.
We received a bonus when a sumo wrestler with top notch and ...
... opened the gate and we entered. As discussed with him for 10-15 minutes, asking about what he paints, how, where, how long, etc and he was a nice man. We bought two of his paintings in reproduction and as we were talking he started giving us some more and some more as a gift. In the end we left with 4 of his paintings, there are really nice, we will show them to you. He seemed to like us and could tell we were really interested and liked what he was doing.
... a kimono each to wear and a small table and cushions to look out over the beautiful gardens, with mountains in the background and quaint little houses. Shoji doors aren’t brilliantly soundproof or lightproof though, so it was pretty easy to wake up early. I was really glad that we’d decided to try a ryokan out for a night even though they aren’t the cheap option, because it was such an interesting experience.
On Wednesday we had ...
... up the Shuinchou which i gave off some 20 minutes earlier. This was the second beautiful hand drawn seal. I kind of suprised the lady behind the counter by accepting my book with two hands and saying "Domou arigato gozaimashite" (a polite thank you). She smiled and exclamated a brief "Oooh" so i guess i pronounced it the right way. :-) After that it was time to go to the Imari shrine. Since Google maps helped me well up to this point i decided to follow ...
The Big island Hawaii….
Today we went to a salt-water pool and got to feed lots of little fish and also go snorkeling. The pool was really cool because freshwater entering it is heated by lava tubes underground. This water in turn heated the pool and salt water from the ocean. When we got out my eyes felt like they could fall out! Shortly after that I had a stomach ache but it did not last too ...