Hearton Hotel Kyoto
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHearton Hotel Kyoto
Adequate hotel. Clean and centrally located only 2 blocks from the subway station. Breakfast was either Japanese or a mostly western buffet, both were OK. In house coin operated laundry is convenient.
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5. Find out what a queue is for before joining it
Kyoto was strangely quiet on Saturday morning. I was wondering where everyone was until I reached Shimogamo. Here I joined what might be the longest queue I've ever been in, stretching for about half a kilometre. I exaggerate not. Yet I didn't know what exactly I was queuing for....presumably something to ...
... for Pat in the city! But we couldn't find Pat still. It's like we're at a shopping mall and we lost Pat in the mall maze! So we waited at the shop Pat was. Nana and I went to the toilet when Nana saw Pat. Finally! We found Pat! As we found Pat, we traveled around the Island. But first we shop and ate something at the city. We had Okonomiyaki for lunch, I had chocolate ice cream for dessert, Nana and Pat ...
... eggs with chili, and the stuffing is indicated by a bit of stuffing placed on top of the triangle. Every onigiri I have tasted has so far been delicious. They are the perfect snack for any situation, delicious and healthy with crunchy seaweed. I make these at home often because they are quick and easy to make especially if one doesn't demand too much perfection over the shape.
30.6. Hiyashi chuka = cold "Chinese ...
... and give amazing views down into the town. The colours really are amazing with the hillsides starting to turn reds and oranges and browns, and 2 weeks more it will look spectacular as it has only just started, so I might have to try and get a stop here later on en route to somewhere else.
Next up was Fushimi Inari-tasiha, a big shiny red shrine sitting at the base of a small mountain, with paths leading to ...
... a large round beehive looking building and through more of the new(er) parts of the graveyard. You can then choose to take a small path off to the left that goes up some steep steps or move on to the older part of the graveyard. For some reason I keep choosing to go up the steps. So far I've been pretty happy that I did. Today was no exception. The steps went up through the bamboo grove to another graveyard in a clearing up at the top. it was very quiet and still up here. I ...