Comfort Hotel NARA
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleTallBody; font-size: 17px;">We are leaving early in the morning, (unfortunately will have to forgo the breakfast!) as we are heading to Naoshima. There are several trains and a ferry we need to catch to get there. Naoshima, if you remember, was the reason we decided to visit Japan. After visiting the James Turrell exhibition in Canberra last December, Steph Donse told us about his installations in Japan at Naoshima. We just had ...
We trained from Osaka to Nara this morning and as we stepped out of the hotel we knew it was a scorcher. We were guessing it would be al least 35C. Our friends told us 38C as they live in one of the hotter areas of Japan. For convenience this morning we have couried our suitcases ahead to Tokyo.
Our overnight bags were stored at the hotel in Nara by 10.15am and we were ready to meet Hiroko again and her husband Youki for the first time. We had not seen ...
... home made bread, some sausage like meat (I think pork) and fruit and yogurt. I have never eaten so much. However, it is all very health food. We waited a while for our luggage to be picked us. The company delivers it to our hotel in Tokyo rather than carry it on the bullet train. Apparently it is difficult to manage on the station escalators. Next a drive to Asuka area where we went on a walk to a lookout of the area (Amakashi-no-Oka). Again lovely flowers along the walk. Next ...
We woke early to be ready for the 6:20am Buddhist ceremony in Ichijoin. We didn't want to be late so we made sure we were there at 6:15am, and were the first ones there. We got to sit right in the middle and see everything. It went for an hour, and it was mesmerising. The monks chanted for the whole hour. Bells and cymbals were chimed and there was lots of bowing. It was all in Japanese so we weren't sure what was going on, but it was really interesting. While we were in the ...
... city for sightseeing I have been to, and I do not say that lightly. But it is more than that. The whole city has a relaxed atmosphere and pleasantness to it, and is certainly more laid back that the previous cities I have visited here. There are so many amazing sights that I will mention just a few here. Kinkaju, otherwise known as the Golden Pavillion is outstanding and the Bamboo Groves of Arashiyama quite other worldly and.bewitching. The top ...