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... and Starbucks! Where I kindly spilt a hot chocolate over Scott! Over our coffee and hot Chocolate we planned the rest of our day with info we picked up at the tourist info. It was a nice day so Scott dragged me to a temple, however we got on the wrong train! Pretty funny way to spend the afternoon though. Back at where we were meant to be, we walked up through the temple grounds, and there were literally hundreds of these orange arches/gates that ...
... of Meatballs 2 but by the time it was on I had reached my limit for the day. Since a plane isn't the easiest to sleep on I kept falling in and out of sleep and getting really confused by the movie being at different stages. The plane also gave dinner and breakfast so I was very well fed.
Goal: Make it to the airport on time
Status: Got to the airport an hour before check-in opened and four hours before departure, just a little ...
... After that, we went to Nishiki Market to get some snacks and look around. It is the best market I have ever been to. It feels so cozy. There are things all around you that you would think would smell (all the fish), but it doesn't. You get to walk down the long and narrow street getting some freebies and buying bigger snacks. My favorite was sashimi on a stick. Todd and I tried takoyaki (fried octopus in a dough ball), but it ...
... that the largest building was in the process of being restored and was totally covered. I may have been here before but I didn't recognize it. Since the most recognizable building was covered I'm still not sure. I toured the rest of the temple grounds.
I had passed by the temple Shoren-in on my way to Chion-in. I headed back to it. The ...
We spent around 1 ½ hours in the Onsen, cleaning and warming ourselves up before we had to get back out into the cold.
In the evening while whilst eating, we watched as some young frustrated American boys ran around the hostel looking bored while their parents sat around planning which temples and shrines they were going to drag them around in the morning. We promised ourselves that when we have children we would think about holidays very ...