Kamakura Park Hotel
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... add looks very good for having been out in the elements for over 500 years.
After saying goodby to Buddha we reboard our bus and head towards our second stop—Tsourugaoka.
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is Kamakura's most important shrine. It was founded by Minamoto Yoriyoshi in 1063, and enlarged ...
... built in 1252 A.D. Impressive. As you enter the grounds, I noticed a water feature where people were cleansing their hands probably using the water which is considered holy. Take couple selfie's with the statue in the background. Make sure to visit the stores lined along the way for some good souvenirs.
On our way back, had lunch in a pasta place on the second floor of Ofuna station which had amazing pastas for around 600yen. Also, try some of the fried foods which ...
... as were the next two, until it was decided to leave the statue in the open air. Anyone interested in the statistics can find them here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C5%8Dtok u-in
You can see the scale of the thing from the photos and the fact that there can be about twenty people inside the statue at any one time.
We moved on to see the Hasedera temple, set on a hillside, in a small but beautiful garden. The temple itself is a ...
... next 5 weeks so might as well get used to them now. Hopefully can avoid the backpackers who are pretentious, organic hippies. We all know what I'm talking about.
Just had a quick lunch at a typical lunch/dinner diner. Very cool because you walk in and go to a machine and press the food you want from a picture. It prints out a receipt, you sit down and the food is ready within a minute. Also cheap. Rice with pork and an egg was US$3.50. So good way to eat cheap if you ...
... meth binge. I am so thankful that Joe had "train" experience when he lived in Korea because there is no way I would have figured this out. We managed to make it to Kamakura with the rest of our group.
In Kamakura, we ate lunch at a Korean Barbeque place. There was a little round grill in the center of the table and the waiter brought out plates of thinly sliced raw beef and small chunks of chicken. We had a salad that ...