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... gardens will look even better in a week or two’s time.
Several things surprised us about Kyoto. Firstly it was very built up all the way from Osaka to Kyoto, a journey of about an hour and a quarter and we saw hardly any green spaces and the houses were built amongst factories and other industrial buildings. There were no suburbs as we would know them. Secondly, we saw a good number of ladies going around the town dressed in Kimonos which we would have expected to ...
... cable car closes at 5pm in
winter. Didn't matter though as the Shinkansen departs from Shin
Kobe, so we jumped on the next bullet train and jetted back to Kyoto.
We ate ramen all day – had Ramen at
the Kyoto station for breakfast/lunch and then again for dinner! The
first ramen was delicious, the second not so much.
... maintenant à chacune de mes sorties j'ai vu des femmes se promener en kimono.
OUI : les temples sont comme dans les films. (voir photo)
OUI : il y a des pervers dans les trains qui tripotent! DONC (merci JR) chaque train a un wagon réservé aux femmes. J'invite les Turcs à en prendre de la graine (voir photo)
NON : les Asiatiques ne conduisent pas comme des fous ( peut-être c'est ...
... the train. Unbelievable.
A very slow train journey then followed, with 3 very tired girls who all struggled to stay awake. A single train change, and onto JR Namba station, which is a nightmare to navigate. Many maps exist in the station, most of which are currently inaccurate due to the remoddelling work happening at the moment, and none of the maps display North where you would expect it to be (at the top) ...
... the road choice of O-bento box lunches to eat on the train. Michelle had one of her favorite mochis for dessert or 'dezāto' (デザート) as they say in Japanese.
We arrived in Kyoto station where we were greeted by Takeshi, his wife Eiko and Akagi-San.We met Takashi in 2001 on our Seoul to Osaka bike trip and have made three subsequent cycling trips with him. ...