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Travel Blogs from Kyoto
Got to Heathrow (thanks for the lift Cooch) to be told that the flight to Tokyo was over subscribed and we had to to wait for seats to be allocated if we were going to get on at all.. So much for dressing for an upgrade, starting to wish we'd just gone for jeans and trainers. Got to the check in desk and the lady looked at my passport and asked me …
... some drinks and when we get drinks Suzuki means business. We started off with some beers, then some unfiltered sake, then some other stuff and then Suzuki was not walking straight any longer. We went for a quick little bath (not too long because the water is really hot and when you've had alcohol this is not very beneficial for… anything. He got my bill for the drinks, which I thanked him for profoundly and we took the train back together for a bit. That was ...
... that has a conveyor belt that circulates the food throughout. Patrons pick up a plate and they are charged by the number of plates they have at the end. It was delicious, but they make the sushi with the wasabi already on, so at times I almost cried.
This evening I plan on staying in and getting a good nights sleep. With any luck tomorrow we'll start the day off early and get to see a bunch of sites before we have to leave in the late afternoon.
... interesting photos and sample some dried
We raced back to Skype our families at
around 4pm and then headed out for dinner. Found this great place for
dinner in a little alley off Shijo street. We had deep fried oysters,
teppanyaki chicken skewers, deep fried brie cheese on skewers, some
delicious plum wine with fresh squeezed grape fruit juice and
fantastic fried chicken. We had this little booth all to ourselves
with a privacy ...
... with sculptured sand piles, beautiful ponds and strikingly red leaves on the trees. We then headed for a temple that a tour guide had recommended to us on the bus. It was huge and very impressive but unfortunately it was shutting for the day. Looking at a vauge picture of two red temples on our bus map, apparently near by we decided to try and find them. After some very confused conversation with non- english speaking people we got pointed in the right direction and started ...