No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Otsu
... blue skies, too. We had to miss the last temple due to our lateness, but we were ready to eat at 1pm despite the big breakfast! For a change, we decided on the Mozart Cafe, beckoning to us in Kyoto Station. Sandwiches, drinks (cafe mocha, hot chocolate, and lemon squash - guess who had what!), followed by 2 Sachertorte and a so-called "Mozart cake" (looked like Dobostorte to me). Not Vienna quality, but not bad, and served with Schlagobers. Then back to rest a bit ...
... October 7th myself and Kyoshi caught ...
... English was a pretty nice change ...
... off and on automatically, the tub tells you when it’s filled and ready to go and the shower temperature is adjusted the way one adjusts central air in New York. Incredible.
My host mom, Maki, spent 5 years living in Nashville Tennessee, interestingly enough, so her English is excellent. Her husband’s English is good too, but not as extensive. Maki served tempura for dinner, I hung out with the kids and then we all went to ...
... but I did not buy it from the Cafe Du Monde at Kyoto Station. For some reason, that Cafe Du Monde did not sell beignets. Why not? What's the point of naming a place Cafe Du Monde and not having beignets? Apparently, a Japanese business man visited New Orleans for the 1984 World's Fair and decided to franchise Cafe Du Monde in Japan. Looking at their on-line menu, some locations have beignets or at least something they call beignets, but Kyoto Station did not.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed