Hotel Lake Villa

1 Shigarakicho Tarao , Koka, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 529-1821, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by leinad61


... a sense of change either for "better" weather or the uniqueness that each season brings. Where I am from there is pretty much just one (arguably two) seasons. There is change with each season but it isn't as drastic and noticeable as with four! Either I am a really positive person or I am truly FALL-ing in love with Japan and its seasons. Summer has the warmth/heat ...

To Kyoto....

A travel blog entry by annsan


... collected on a regular basis. We pass many rice paddies as well as many greenhouses and agricultural areas in between villages. I had to try the drink with the terrible name Pocari Sweat. It actually tastes quite nice and claims to be "a healthy beverage that smoothly supplies the lost water and electrolytes during perspiration".
Getting off at Kyoto Station and we can walk to the Granvia Hotel located inside the train station. Made a quick trip to Isetan, a large department ...


A travel blog entry by cstravelling

... and there showing the Shogun and his servants. The walls were the only thing to look at, all brilliantly decorated. The edge corridors where you are allowed to walk have squeaky floorboards. This were put there on purpose to warn of intruders. We tried to tiptoe but the floor still squeaked!! Then we took in the sights of the ninomaru gardens and then the gardens of the hunmaru palace (the palace was currently closed). We were then allowed into the ...


A travel blog entry by dgvp


... imperial power. This castle is very unique as the floor was specifically designed with a special floor. The panels of wood have been hooked together with a mechanism that's creates a squeak when you walk along, this squeak is supposed to sound like a nightingale. It meant that no one was able to sneak around unnoticed. After a tour of the castle we headed east to Gion to see a few ,ore temples and to try and see some Geisha. We saw the Maruyama-Koen and Yasaka-jinja. We then hung ...

Day 10 Kyoto

A travel blog entry by willandclaire


Waking up with stiff legs we spent the morning relaxing in the huge common room mainly updating photos and reading through the guide books. After a recommendation from Man & Mo we went to go catch the bus to Imperial Palace. Standing outside the bus stop, we peered into our map and within about 15 seconds a lovely lady missed her bus to help us! She caught the bus we needed, she was on her way to work as a tour guide so along the way she pointed ...


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