Hotel Lakeland Hikone
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... the restaurant wondered what my problem was, as they sat there eating their number 3 spice level curries. For the second time today, my meal was funny for everyone at the table except me.
For the first time in my life I couldn't finish a Coco curry dish. I must really be sick.
Tomorrow's agenda has nothing planned. There are lots of things we would like to revisit in Kyoto, and as we're in Gion we're actually within walking distance of quite a few of them.
... pretty strong and left us with a nice warm feeling as we made our way back down to the bottom.
Next we made our way to the Kiyomizu-dera temple which is a world heritage sight due to its beautiful views and we could see why. From the temple you could see the whole of Kyoto down below. Amongst the temple there is a shrine dedicated to the god of love. At the shrine there are two love stones that are placed about 10 meters apart. It is said that if you can walk ...
... and duck as well. There was a pair of swans that were nesting in the mote, and a black swan bathing just outside the garden. -M Wednesday, April 17th Shopping center at kawaramachi-dori Today (Wednesday), one of the other students and I needed to find a duffle bag to serve as a second check-in bag for souvenirs. We had searched for them in Kyoto station and in shops near our hotel, but nobody sold one big enough, and no one had them for under seventy dollars. Kawaramachi-dori is a ...
Everything was delicious (except for the fish custard thing – that was just
wrong) and thoroughly stuffed we jumped on a train for Inari.
The Fushimi Inari Shrine is something that I always wanted
to see, and it’s multitude of vermillion torii gates leading up the hillside did
not disappoint. The shrine is dedicated
to the gods of the harvest – particularly rice & sake, and the deities are
depicted as ...
... went smoothly by in procession. The food was under a clear plastic container with a bubble lid. When something arrived that you wanted, it was a simple push of the plastic tab and the bubble would pop open and you’d remove the little plate, about the size of a coffee saucer. There was an additional track above the main conveyor. This was for special orders. There was a monitor that showed all of the dishes available, ...