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... where the shrine was which was pretty neat. On the way home we found an amazing curry place which for me is unusual since I usually avoid spicy food as we sometimes do not agree:s for dessert we also had...id let you guess but it would be too easy, ice cream!
After a long nights sleep and a quick room change because I missed booking a night in our planning of hostels before leaving, we set out to Nijojo Castle and the Imperial Palace. The castle was just amazing, ...
... getting around so easy, we take advantage of it. We head past the big department stored to the inner sanctum, the shopping arcades. We browse around, picking and choosing our gifts and souvenirs to bring home, We pass through the Nishiki food market, gawking at the plethora of food stuffs available, and how much we can't bring with us. We taste lots of different foods, finding out for the first time ...
This post is going to be long, like really really long. If you don't have a day or two to read it you might as well stop now. (I’m trying reverse psychology on myself, we’ll see if it works, maybe if I start my intro like that my blog post will be short… hihi hehe… haha HAHA, never mind, asking me to be concise is like asking a puppy not to look cute).
Today was hot, like really hot. Yesterday, when I felt like dying every time I went a ...
... the train car to get the doors closed. There was no doubt of where to get off the train.
When we got to the ticket windows we were advised that the game was sold out. Apparently a longtime fan favourite was into the last 3 games of his career so tickets were hard to come by.
We were told that some seats may still be available in a store next to the stadium. After asking a cashier , we were led to a counter that had tickets ...
... I got closer and closer to Kinkaku. I had been warned of large crowds of domestic tourists at the major attractions and I consider that I got off lightly on this Thursday afternoon but, still, there were a lot of people. I paid the now customary ￥500 entry fee and turned a corner to be struck by perhaps the most beautiful man-made thing I have seen. At the very least, Kinkaku-Ji would definitely feature in a High Fidelity top five of man-made structures. There is gold ...