Hotel 1-2-3 Sakai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we had to check it out. After getting off the train, we sort of wandered around, following the crowd on a nice walk through the area and ended up in the thick of the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. This was incredible place. Just as our book had told us, it feels like a magical place with endless rows of huge Bamboo trees in all directions and pictures just do not do it justice (though we tried). We explored all over, and saw some interesting Shinto ...
... figured this out quite a bit of time had passed.
I hauled my huge backpack stuffed so full it towered above my head quite a bit to the train I needed to take to go to my next destination and waited for another train. Train stations in Japan are generally lacking in seating, which made my carrying this huge column of clothes quite the conundrum (once more, I really like alliteration, it makes me all warm and fuzzy inside).
I had to take the Kintetsu line to ...
... strawberry shaved ice for dessert. After lunch we walked over to a bamboo grove forest. It was amazing to walk through a forest that was almost completely bamboo. It was also cooler which was nice considering how hot outside it was. By the time we finished this walk, everyone was hot and tired so we headed back to the hotel to rest. In the evening we went to Gion Corner which was a show demonstrating some of the traditions of Japan. The show began with ...
... amazing golden temple overlooking a beautiful lake surrounded by gardens and other old temple buildings. It is incredible to see up close. We tasted some delicious Japanese food at the restaurant at our hotel. It was so good! This morning we discovered a huge department store. By huge I mean 11 floors! It was awesome and had everything we could ever imagine. We ordered lunch at a little restaurant at the ...
First time riding the super express bullet train. This thing moves at 300kilometers per hour. Tokyo to Kyoto in 2 hours 20 minutes. Great views on the way there, passing Mt Fuji and lots of mountainous area, housing developments, factories and plants and ...