Hotel Suncrest Kousei
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We had a morning house visitor, a geico. Then you'll see our rental cars. We started out with an early breakfast up town at the Splash Bar. The name sounds like we were out getting smashed at 9 in the morning, but we actually all had super breakfasts.
We then split up with Linda and I going one direction and the others went the other direction. I bought a ...
We are having a slow morning today, so I decided to take some pictures of this place we currently call home.
This is quite a place with full kitchen and all the kitchen utensils we've needed including pots and pans. The back of the place shows are two lanis, one off the living room ...
... caught the train. The path leading to the station was beautiful! Tall 6ft cylindrical lights with flowery patterns lined the sides of the paths and platforms. The train was weird. It was a single car unit with a long padded bench down each side. The upholstery was covered in cartoony trees, houses and characters like it belonged in a kids nursery. The carriage also played childish melodies, very odd. Our plan was to go to the old part of ...
Ginkaku-ji - The Temple of the Silver Pavilion: zen garden with mt. Fuji and ocean waves http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ginkaku-ji
Chion-in Temple is the head temple of the Jodo sect of Buddhism,
Japan's second largest Buddhist organization. The temple's giant
San-mon gate, built ...
We followed one of the Lonely Planet’s walking tour that took us to Chion-in temple and to Kiyomizu-dera. The first one is a very big temple complex and because we get lost, we enter through the cemetery. The most outstanding element of this temple is an immense beautiful bell played at major celebrations. We see a picture of 10 to 12 monks pushing the log to play the bell. In ...
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