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... and were beautifully performed.
After the performance, we took a bus to a falafel place, before heading back to the ryokan.
On Sunday 4th, we headed to the Arashiyama area in the north west of Kyoto. To get there, we had to take two buses, which took an hour and a half. By this time, breakfast had worn off, and learning the lessons from the previous day, we got lunch as soon as possible from a delicious vegan restaurant. Feeling full, we ...
... coffee. We then headed to Roppongi and walked around the area, and got to the Tokyo Tower, which is the smaller red and white Japanese equivalent of the Eiffel Tower. For dinner we went to Shinjuku. Susie fancied a curry. We eventually found one place on the 6th floor of a building. Sat down, saw the prices, stood up, and left. We got something a lot cheaper instead. We wanted to go to a robot restaurant but that would have been too dear as well. The street we ate in ...
... it blows amongst the bamboo is brilliant, but on a day like today we only heard water trickles! The sound has been voted on as one of the “one hundred must-be-preserved sounds of Japan” by the Japanese government. The forest is one of the most photographed places in Kyoto (I tried my best). It was a very nice place, extremely peaceful to walk around, the only problem was that we were wet. Craig and I had very cold feet, ...
... us to our table.
The restaurant offered 3 “All you can eat” packages, as well as all you can drink packages. The packages had a 90 minute time cap, with last orders at the 70 minute mark. We picked the package with free drinks and 50 types of meat, costing us each 3000 Yen. With the exchange rates at the time being almost 100 yen to the dollar, this came to $30 each for all you can eat meat and drinks, which included some basic cocktails and beer. ...
... account. After this temple, we followed the Philosophers path following the course of the peaceful stream and we had lunch at a small café called "Pomme", so French that we could be in Montmartre. The truth is that we stopped at this place even though it was not very nice, because the owner, an old gentleman looked at us with a smiley face and told us that he had homemade cakes. Since there was no one in the place, we felt ...
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