Hotel Alpha Ayabe

Address: 34 Ekimaedori, Ayabe, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 623-0066, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 34 Ekimaedori, Ayabe.
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Travel Blogs from Ayabe

Fushimi Shrine and Geisha district

A travel blog entry by sarahvermazen on Jan 08, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... Afterwards I go to Gion, a nice shopping area and also home to the geisha district. Wandering around I was lucky enough to see a few Geisha's rushing to the tea house. They look very beautiful. The atmosphere in the area is a quite mysterious. You can only get a small glimpse of what is going on inside since the windows are mostly covered. Some have a menu outside with some pictures of the interior, which looks really nice. What really happens inside will remain a Geisha ...

Kaiseki

A travel blog entry by pwong on Dec 30, 2013

18 photos

... an absolute steal for the experience that you are getting, especially if you select one of the more affordable Kaiseki menus - a multi-course gourmet tasting menu like this back in Calgary would easily cost far more, before even factoring in the Goods & Services Tax and the 15-20% obligatory tip. Not only was the service top notch (something that is a rarity nowadays in boom town Calgary), but the food was also beautifully prepared and presented, and for the ...

Don't Look Him In The Eyes (Japan)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 03, 2013

166 photos

... of Kyoto, but requires a 30 minute train ride to get to. It's a pleasant ride. I enjoy using the train system here. IT'S NOT RIPLEYS, BUT IT'S ODD The first thing I see as I leave the station in Arashiyama is a 19th century museum. This one is a little more odd than most, though. Outside the museum there is a large train engine on display. Also, the museum front has piano keys displayed. The museum is the odd combination of steam locomotives and pianos. You can take ...

From temple to temple to guesthouse

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... to Kyoto station for a fantastic lunch at a tempura restaurant, then we picked up our packs from the locker room, and continue on to Hanazono station. It`s a quiet neighborhood, not unlike a neighborhood you might see back home, with small shops, houses, apartment buildings, school. In fact, Mario deems it to be very much like back home, and starts calling it Brossard. If you have any comments regarding that, you can address them to him.

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Castles, temples and a traditional show

A travel blog entry by elliejane on Apr 03, 2013

4 photos

This morning we set out early on the bus to nijo castle. We were able to walk thorough the original castle and see all the rooms and what they were used for. The castle had many interesting features. The first one was that all the floorboards squeaked. This is called a nightingale floor because they sounded lime birds. This was so that no intruder could sneak around the castle without ...