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Day 4, We woke at 7am and then headed for Tokyo train station. We found the Japan Rail Pass office and exchanged the vouchers we had purchased back home for our 7 day JR rail pass. The lady then booked us on a train to Hiroshima (with one change). We were sat separately and luckily a couple of ladies who were the same offered to swap so that they …
... grounds), and visited the strolling garden there. Although not as beautifully managed as the silver pavilion, it still offered a gorgeous view to anyone in it. It was very cloudy and humid that afternoon, so there were only half a dozen people at the garden at any given time. Near the exit there were several buildings with thatched roofs, one of which was a tea house, selling green tea and cakes and offering a wonderful view of the pond and surrounding river. There were large carp in ...
... sitting there on
a park bench witnessing my folly. Soon,
all four of us were laughing. Then one
of the men struck up a conversation with Victor. He explained that he had been studying in
Hikone and that he and his dad were doing a little sight-seeing before heading
back to the USA. The
old gentleman asked Victor a question while staring at me. Victor answered. There was a moment of hesitation, and ...
... Despite the surly old lady working behind the food counter, it was very good, and well worth the $10 entry fee (with Angela free being under 7). All the food and drink we could eat, free internet and comfortable seats passed the few hours very quickly before it was time to board the flight to Sydney. After an uneventful flight to Sydney, we touched down to be met by our youngest, and ultra excited daughter Isabelle, and our parents.
... which was really impressive, and quite awesome, the "presence" of 1001 statues of Kannon and along with those 28 statues of other deities as guardians.
But you really realize how little you know about other religions when seeing temples in Japan, all these different gods that do the same, and same gods with different names and what not.
Then we went ...
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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