Biwako Hotel

Address: 2-40 Hamamachi, Otsu, Shiga, Kinki, 520-0041, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-40 Hamamachi, Otsu, is near Nanzen-ji Temple, Gion Corner, Honen-in, and Konchi-in.
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      More gardens and temples... and feeling content

      A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Oct 03, 2013

      1 comment

      ... was so inspired with the surrounding, that i felt very philosophical and started coming up with "wisdoms" - here is one of them Trust there is a route for you. Just follow it with good values and it will work out into the happiness... then more temples and gardens - all amazingly beautiful in their own way. in the dry rock garden of Ryoan-ji there ...

      Lots and lots of gold

      A travel blog entry by kahdrill on Aug 14, 2013

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      ... from there we walked to Aeon Mall. When we got there we decided to eat first and foremost. We took the elevator up to the food court and Ida bought a dish from Sukiya, the same dish that was my first meal in Japan, and I purchased some Indian curry with nan bread that I had had once before when I was there with Thomas. When we had eaten we bought another soft ice cream. This time I bought one with mango flavour. It was delicious! Reminded me of mango sorbet back home. ...

      Mt Hiei, Katsura Imperial Villa & Toji Temple

      A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jul 02, 2013

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      ... were old and grand, but there were only a few visitors.

      Then we headed for Mt Hiei. The mountain has a huge temple complex called Enryakuji Temple, one of the most famous temples of Japan. Because the temple area is spacious and we did't havemuch time, we had decided to visit only the main hall (Komponchudo). The hall is registered as a National Treasure of Japan. Although my mum had a little trouble to get there from the car park ...

      Father's Day in Japan

      A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jun 16, 2013

      ... too. She said I want to do something else. She gave me three incense sticks and I asked what they meant. She said one is for God, one for Fortune and one for Spouse. We both lit them. I was so moved by this woman who did not know me and went out of her way to help bring me happiness and good health.After we left& Temple we went back to Uji. We tried Bakery again. Line much smaller. We got some ...

      Training, training and more training

      A travel blog entry by lukeschuler on Oct 07, 2012

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      ... the clinic have been a Godsend for keeping the body intact and functioning and aside from having sprained nearly all of my fingers I think I’ve been hanging in there pretty well.
      With under a month left until Dad and the other University boys get here I will be ramping up the training as much as the body will let me, but am very excited for their arrival!