Kyoto Century Hotel
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... I had a pizza bun, actually two. They were really good. We kept walking on the Path of Philosophy then we saw it; cats on this dudes lap. They were everywhere. We patted a couple of cats. I wanted to take all of them home, dad said no. We walked and walked and walked and then walked some more. We went to buy our tickets to Hiroshima for the next day after that we diced to got back to our hostel.
... of the hotel - AMAZING!
As I walk in, the hotel staff helped me transfer the luggage to the cart. Check in process was easy where I got few breakfast coupons along with reservation to GOTOKUAN Kaiseki restaurant in Pontocho which I had requested for months ago. I had booked a family room which came with 2 rooms with 2 beds each. Had a nice bathroom and shower was impressive. The hotel personnel helped us get our bags to the room.
We immediately left ...
... cut it short, we didn't make it. I always seem to end up in the slowest queue at immigration. We got to the bus stop 2 minutes late. I don't understand how a huge airport like this can have services cut at 9:40pm. So now we had to take the subway into Seoul and then change twice to get the right train to Donong. The Arex is a train that connects the airport with Seoul Station and takes about an hour to get there. But by that time it was already time for the last train, ...
... The first oddity that I laid my eyes on were some grilled whole squid on a stick. It needed more seasoning, and the inside tasted grainy. I wouldn't care to try it again. The most eccentric culinary items on display were the bright red mini octopi with quail eggs inside of the heads.
Halfway through my tour, I decided to look for a restroom. Japan always seems to have a public one on every corner, but not this time. The department store next door ...
... in one day with the bullet trains and a Japan Rail Pass. They say people make a holiday memorable and that was certainly the case with Yuma in Kobe. Yuma, who has better English than we do, was Mum and Dad's exchange student in March 2013. Yuma went above and beyond for us with a full day of adventure planned. Firstly we took the cable car to the Kobe Nunobiki Herb Garden for free tea and a spectacular view over the city. Next, using the free subway tickets ...