Hotel Rapport Senjukaku
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... chants and ritual are carried out reverently upon a Kabuki stage or a salt-dusted Sumo ring.
- Six different kinds of yakitori that I tried in one night, and discovering my new favorite cocktail, a Cassis Oolong.
- Jazz and Rock live houses and Bouldering, meeting new people and finding the unexpected courage to rewrite my character.
... The water was brown but looked nice. After that, we saw the greenhouse before we left. They had some cool plants in there.
The walk back was so long. It had to be over 95 degrees out and the last thing I wanted to do was walk back but the stop was a bus stop, not a subway. The schedule sign was in Japanese so we had no clue what we were doing so we just walked back.
... I’ve ever taken; there was tons on room and space for our bags. All in all the shinkansen turned out to be a wonderful journey, although you don’t really have a sense of how fast your moving and the only way we knew that we’d hit the 310 km/h mark was because it said so on the info board!
The journey to Kyoto was over in the blink of an eye and we soon found ourselves boarding a rickety old train to Nara. Once in Nara we hiked up through the town ...
- Scrambled out of the hotel in the morning, remembering rather late we had an extra connection before hopping on the shinkansen to Tokyo
- In the end plenty of time
- dropped luggage at Tokyo station and did dome shopping before catching the express train ...
... own and to meet up with him later in time for our boat tour.
We saw the entrance to the temple and stopped right there. We had seen enough temples on this trip. We decided to just walk around the outdoor shops and see what the vendors offered. They had surprisingly good stuff. Not like the cheap stuff we saw at the outdoor markets in China. There was everything from fancy chopsticks to kimonos and postcards. We got Grant an icee and ...