Kadoma Terminal Hotel
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... comfortable chairs. This time we had to swap trains at Kobe where we had 15 minutes or so to spare. Laura and I popped into a little kiosk and I managed to find some peanuts and Laura bought the most amazing chocolate bar. We had chocolate and peanuts what a combination. Arriving back in Kyoto train station and considering this is a Sunday night there were people everywhere. It was lightly raining so we had to zipper up for the walk back to our ...
... up to some of the shrines tucked away in the mountainside. We wished we had done a bit more research as we discovered a boat ride up the river which looked very picturesque and would've been a nice way to see more of Arashiyama itself.
Sofia has been travelling relatively well with us this whole time in pretty hot and sultry weather strapped into our second hand kid carrier, the Dueter Kid Comfort II. It has been the perfect mode of transport for her as all ...
... and quickly found the hotel.
Alas, not the one.
This place had dollar signs all over the building. We thought the price would around $500 a night and one guy at the front desk directed us to our hotel.
Back on the inter-city line and another 30 minute train ride, we reached the destination.
Cold and tired, we reached the hotel around 11 p.m. That included a 9:30 a.m. start in Kyoto and ended near midnight.
... space as they really don't have enough of it. Not that I'm obsessed with toilets but the one in our room has a seat raiser button and a drier!!!
We eat Korean barbecue not far from the hotel and I sample my first plum wine, lovely :-)
Im finding the balance of traveling difficult as I want to see everything, but I can't keep the pace up! When you are on a two week holiday you pack it in, as you don't have lots ...
... the other one was in any way less cool. It just took about 15 more minutes (plus 15 minute wait) extra to get to Kyoto. Once there I was not yet impressed by the city, the surroundings of the station look like the outskirts of Tokyo with a little less advertisements. Cabs were already lined up and once loaded up I handed the driver the instruction I was given to get to the apartment I am staying ...