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After the Shinkansen we arrive in Osaka. We took the subway to Namba, which is in the middle of the city. While in Namba I had Subway :) Fun fact: turkey is rare (at least in Okayama, I don't know about Osaka. But it is hard to find a turkey sandwich, so I got a ham sandwich ...
Day 6: Thursday 20th November A free day to relax, explore or perhaps re-trace steps to revisit a favourite place. One option is to spend the day relaxing at our hotel, another might be to spend some time browsing the impressive array of shops, old and new. Alternatively, there's a full day excursion to Hiroshima and Mijajima. Those taking the latter option will travel to Hiroshima on ...
Our day began at Ginkaku-Ji where we met our guide, Guillaume, who was taking us through the backroads of NE Kyoto to see several famous shrines and temples. We walked the Philosopher's Path which ran along a tree covered canal and was supposed to be gorgeous during cherry blossom season. Our first stop was at the Honen-in Temple, established to honor the Buddhist monk that started the popular Jodo sect, which made ...
... Teramachi shopping district for dinner. Angela has had problems with vending machines on this trip. She wanted a drink after the long climb, and the drink she wants is invariably on the top row of drink options. She's usually too short to reach the top row without stretching, and several times now she's stretched, and pressed a random button with her body in the process.
This time she bought hot corn soup. Actually quite delicious corn soup. ...
... We walked all the way to the top, and the stairs
nearly killed me so I'd like to say it was worth it with an amazing
view...but there was no view; just the shrine and the many trees
surrounding it. Still, we are glad we walked up purely because the
gateways were lovely to walk through and the shrines along the way
were interesting to see. There was also one viewpoint half way where
we got to see Kyoto as a city and it is bigger then you'd think. It
was also ...