GR Hotel Esaka
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... is a 100 yr old tea house where tea is served free along with an order of dessert. It is located right at the base at the stairs between Sannnenzaka and Ninenzaka (on the left, if you are coming down the stairs) and very easy to miss. Rabbit puff is another sweet which has crisp outer shell and creamy vanilla filling oozing out. yatsuhashi - Yatsuhashi is one of the most famous sweets produced in Kyoto. The outside of the sweet is made out of chewy mochi, sugar and cinnamon ...
... atmosphere in the bar just to spite him! (There is also no where else to go. I didn't pick well with this one! It's a dump, usually the more rubbish they are the more entertaining. This one is sadly lacking. The shower for a start is behind the bar, which is full of his friends communicating their creativeness. It actually feels like a 6 th form common room. The idiot he if spent more time workin in the hostel side of things he might make more money. It's called "pan ...
... each (about $3.00) and proceeded to about the grounds.
Though we made a winter visit, we imaged what a spring or summer day would be.
Quiet and reserved.
Reaching the temple, the gold exterior sparkled in the sunlight that broke through morning clouds.
There are 15 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kyoto and the Golden Temple heads the list. When you think of images which represent Japan, two are ...
... that I never mention any names of the temples. This is because, by now, my counter is at 40 I think. I can't keep the names apart. Along this path we came across a cat. And another. And three more. And another couple. It turns out that a man over there was keeping a house for stray cats. All these cats like the sun and come and sit along the path to catch some rays. Very charming and of course very cute to see Jackie lose her mind over the Nekoooo. (Cat in ...
... with our small white towel (not to be used to cover your body) next stop was a thorough shower on the little stools and rinse down with small buckets. We then tested out the various naturally hot baths which used the spring water we saw just minutes before steaming away through the street (although cooled down as that was literally boiling!). There were loads of different bath types including the hyotan bath, foot bath, steam bath (sauna where the men chatted to Tom), waterfall ...