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... fond of, so we exited the park and made our way to Koryuji.
The entry fee was a bit steeper than we had anticipated, so Amy and Reena decided to take a breather while I opted to go in, regardless of the extra expense involved.
Ultimately I was happy I did. I walked in and found myself in a wonderfully manicured garden, with, instead of grass, moss growing everywhere. Giant lily pads stick out of the pond lightly covered with cress. It is very peaceful here, a ...
... and hundreds of red gates leading u to the top of the mountain. It was awesome. We passed a couple of shrines along the way which didn't look that impressive. It was all about the red gates though. When we made it to the top. We took a breather because we thought we had made it. Xavier noticed a sign saying that it's another 45minutes until the main shrine. Xavier was having problems with his feet so we wasn't going know where. I wasn't that fussed about going because we had a ...
... meeting them in Japan and knowing that they would be going home to the UK but that for the time being this country was my home. The plan was to stay in Kyoto for three nights and then head to Tokyo to spend the rest of the week there with Kevin. Their visit coincided with the Sakura season in Japan (the season of the Cherry Blossom) which meant that they would enjoy the country at its best. Needless ...
... headed back to the station, I looked around before catching the train. It is a cool station, pretty newly rebuilt and is really geometrical designed.
I was going to look for gloves but apparently this place puts Nordstrom's and Macy's to shame in prices. I was looking at just plain old gloves and they were 30,000 yen, approx. $300. Needless to say I left there without gloves.
I made it to the train and off to the Bamboo Forest. It was about a ...
... in the spacious Kyoto Imperial Park (京都御苑, Kyōto Gyoen), an attractive park in the center of the city that also encompasses theSento Imperial Palace and a few other attractions