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... We rubbed the belly of a Buddha statue, only to later discover that his belly was supposed to be rubbed with our right hand or both hands. Oops.
Our last temple for the day was Kiyomizudera Temple. It's easy to see why you could get templed out in Kyoto. There are so many and with each having their own admission fee it would be very easy to spend many tens of dollars on admission fees.
To get to Kiyomizudera Temple we walked through the Higashiyama District which ...
... arrived to the Gion area I went into a Family Market to buy myself a drink and the female clerk said my yukata was "suteki", which means pretty or wonderful. It cheered me up a lot since I was starting to wonder if it was a good idea for me to wear my yukata. What if I had done something wrong? But the clerk really cheered me up and I walked out with a smile on my face. I walked up to one of the temples or shrines ...
... input on how they can improve on them. We then went to another nice restaurant and had good Japanese food and wine. I am going to miss the food when I leave. The Sushi is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO GOOD!! We had Sapparo beer the other night. We had not had it in 16 years. Still as good today as it was then. Our host is a wine conisseur and we have been having different types. Very good. ...
We arrived in Kyoto early this morning and found our way from the main station to our hotel. The hotel is small but nice.
Megan is recuperating for the day and I'm catching up on some sleep until the afternoon. In the afternoon I plan to go out and see a few things, leaving the more impressive stuff for a busy day tomorrow, when hopefully Megan will be able to join me.
I spent the afternoon getting a ...
... before losing them somewhere in crowded temple grounds. The temple had beautiful gates and pagodas, but the most impressive attraction was a tall wooden terrace providing wonderful views of Kyoto and densely forested hill surrounding the temple. Near the base of the temple's main hall, there was a clear Otowa waterfall from which people drank in belief that it will bring them longevity, success ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Park Side Suita
Rooms were very clean and tidy.. Staff very friendly. The only downside was we could smell smoking on our non smoking floor (must have been coming from downstairs). Free wifi in rooms. Would visit again.
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