GR Hotel Esaka
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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Did you know that in Japan they have a forecast telling you when the cherry blossom will be out? This forecast is very important. So important that it occurs alongside the weather forecast. We are in Japan about 5 days early for the full blossoming but there are still flowers everywhere. I love Kyoto at any time of year but right now is especially ...
... bullet train' and from there will take the ferryboat across to Miyajima. This small island is home to the Itsukushima Shrine with its famed "floating" Japanese torii gate. At high tide, both the torii and shrine seem to float magically upon the surface of the sea. UNESCO designated the Itsukushima Shrine a World Heritage site in 1996. We visit the Peace Memorial Museum set in ...
... to the illiterate and uneducated.
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... After a few subway stops we arrived in the Kyoto shopping district, seeking something for dinner other than corn soup. It was getting late, and on a busy Sunday night we knew we'd be pushing our luck.
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... to the top, as the bottom is full of people,
which thin out the further up you go making it very peaceful and
tranquil to be there. Having made it back down, we collected our bags
from the hostel and made our way back to Osaka for one night in a
capsule hotel before our flight out of Japan the next day.
The capsule hotel...weird! The capsules
are like something out of a spaceship, all lined up together, with
light, alarm and TV in each. I'm glad ...