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... traditional tea ceremony (which Josh & I ditched in favour of a shower) then an underground Ninja restaurant experience for dinner. Huge day! We were exhausted and fell into bed relatively early. Kaz has us on a tight schedule! Up early tomorrow for Kyoto Morning ...
... certain island or lands. The unusual part of this Stone garden was that from any point there were only a maximum of 14 stones visible. It was interesting enough but I wouldn't put it at the top of my list of destinations.
Near the stone garden is one of the more attractive sights of Kyoto and a photogenic icon many times synonyms with Japan. The Kinkaku-ji the golden pavilion. It was used by the third Shogun as a holiday villa. Unfortunately it burned down in 1950 and ...
... it for the experience
but glad we only had one night. Perhaps it was more to do with the
fact it was female and male dorms so it was the first night me and
Paul weren't even in the same area, but the hotel itself seemed quite
old. Under the mattress, which I dare looked at, was not that clean
with quite a lot of hairs! The toilets were plentiful but there was
one bath area containing one small public bathtub, sauna and from
what I could see one shower – all ...
... and what I think are graveyards. At each shrine, as if lining all those gates along the path was not enough, mini gates are stacked everywhere. I finally reached the top where the shrine itself was not that impressive the journey was what was really memorable here (err.. wait what?). I then made my way down as I was drinking my third bottle of water. By the time I reached the bottom it was past noon but putting anything solid into my body seemed like a horrible idea. ...
... It wasn't crowded and the place had a very relaxed feel to it. The little shops were lovely and had really beautiful things in them. We found the temple and walked thru the gate. it was another ancient temple, going back centuries. we would like to ensure we know the names of all these places we visited so when we get home we hope to check on a map and/or check with google and note the temples and castles names' . There isn't normally an entrance fee charged for temples but this ...