APA Villa Hotel Yodoyabashi
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... and mostly focused on the final battles between the Toyotomi and Tokugawa clans which resulted in the Tokugawa Shogunate that effectively ruled Japan until 1867.
The gardens were lovely (and extensive) but we could see that many parts of it were intended to bloom later in the year.
They included some curious details such as neon samurai running along the tops of some of the walls!
We had ...
... floor from where you would need to board an escalator for the last leg which carries you all the way to the top. Excellent view of the city on all directions. On our way back, we did try the cafe for a cappuccino and sundae ice-cream. On the first floor, they had 2 wooden statues of cow and a giraffe and a water feature where you can also take pictures.
Headed back straight to the hotel in a cab since it was my check in time at 3PM. Collected the ...
... night, for a year, and never eat the same thing twice! The shopping is hands down the most fun and craziest shopping we have ever experienced. It even sucked Steven in and he realised yes, we do need those mugs shaped like Mount Fuji or those Mickey mouse BBQ tongs!
The countryside is beautiful and green, with giant forests everywhere. And everything is so clean and runs super efficiently. But above anything else - it's the most wackiest, craziest, random, bizarre place ...
... things! I managed to purchase a notebook and a small blank book in which to put tickets and stamps (a common thing to find at various attractions in Japan) from places we had been to in. Upon purchasing, both books were beautifully gift-wrapped and handed to me by the exceptionally friendly and polite staff. The service everywhere you go to in Kyoto is quite astounding.
On the way back we travelled through some stores that were targeted at a younger audience including ...
... The building is a pre-fabricated motel-like structure, every room has a freeform boomerang-shaped table, and all the bathrooms have green, yellow, and black ceramic tile. Toyoko Inns may have conquered the mass market with their uniformity and overall quality, but the informality and helpfulness of the staff at Family Inn Fifty's communicates a warm and genuine hospitality, and the music in the lobby is a welcome shot of nostalgia for the America of my youth. ...