Dai-ichi Sunny Stone Hotel
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... long day, but i enjoyed it. I wished there was more time for us to walk around in the temples but I understand that our time is limited. I think that the food of our trip could of been better, since we are in Japan we should really try out the sushi and sashimi. We should of also have a chance to experience the onsens in Japan. Other then that I hope we have a great tomorrow at Shinsaibashi. - Dalia De ...
... for Kyoto. I arrived 4 hours later and made for the hostel after navigating the tricky metro system. The hostels name "kyotokko (ex kyoto's cheapest inn)" didn't inspire me with much confidence. When I arrived I saw why one review on hostel world was "should have kept the old name" it was cheap as. 20 bed dorms that resembled refugee shelters and a plyboard bed, just great. That evening I met an Aus couple who I first met in Kanazawa (the people who showed me this website) ...
... Ji Temple. We trekked through the winding streets of Sannenzaka and Ninenzaka and were transported back in time. The streets are lined with traditional craft and sweet shops, and Japanese women and men walked around in kimonos; it's a quaint and charming area. I just wish there weren't hordes of obnoxious tour groups and screaming school children on trips. Barry and I pushed through the crowds quickly on the way up and ...
... restaurant at the end of the Teramachi shopping arcade earlier in the day. I knew I wanted this once while in Japan, and we'd planned it for tomorrow night, but as a last ditch effort we decided to go in and try our luck. Getting a table for 5 people in a restaurant anywhere on a busy Sunday night was going to be hard. At the original Katsukura restaurant, it should have been just about impossible.
But it wasn't. We walked into the ...
... in Japan.
Off to the airport the next day, for
our first flight since we left England a month and a half ago, to
If getting a little fed up of Japanese
food, or want to save some money and eat in, 7-elven is the place to
go. Don't expect to get around as easy – least metro lines means it
is harder to get around so expect to walk more then you would in
other parts of Japan.