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... the **** out of me! Insert Marty squeal! Was a very magical morning! I hiked back out and made my way to the train station. My shuttle driver was an ex ski racer who had skied many times in Canada and she told me the way I spoke English was lovely! I found my train back to Nagano and then hopped a train Nagayo where I got on a bullet train to Kyoto. The train ride was beautiful, small villages along the river and the fall colors in the mountains. I ...
... are "walk to where u can see fire". I chose a bridge, it's seems the safest looking cause the water is going really fast under the others. There are also people. Two boys stand next to me, one from London and one from Malaysia. We make a little team and have a beer. Everyone is looking and pointing at something and we really can't see what. We move an there is a giant kanji on the hill. To be fair this had be built up as some thing ...
... After getting the metro back to the area near our hotel we then proceeded to get lost on the walk back. It took us some time to get back on the right path but when we did we headed straight for an all you can eat restaurant to feast on beef curry, potatoes, spaghetti and pizza. They also had an unlimited drink for an hour option that cost £2.50. I got the impression that most Japanese people weren't typically consuming close to 4 pints in that hour, but I was. Winning.
... We really enjoyed strolling through the gardens. Trees are perfectly pruned, shaped and trimmed, as only the Japanese can do.
After the temple we drove to Kyoto University. There we had an excellent French lunch. It was a delicious change from Japanese food.
We then visited Nijo Castle, which was constructed between 1601 and 1603. The entrance gate was enough to impress us! The castle, shrines, and 17 temples here ...
... filled with Japanese tourists who were shopping, eating and temple viewing. Over the course of the day, we must have walked through at least four temples, each as ornate as the next. These temples are all Buddhist, and show off the amazing architecture of solid wood floors and beams, and intricate and colourful murals on the ceilings above. The smell of incense is so calming and creates a peaceful scene.
As we walked along the ...