Kyoto Brighton Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... the watercolours teachers and artists, one of whom is apparently famous and designs visuals for dresses, suitcases, books etc … Philippe talked about his watercolours, studied the watercolours displayed on the wall with the persons who painted them, and we had a great, great time. Definitely one of the most unforgettable experienced thus far! It was so lively and fun, and everybody was so welcoming and chatty.
And that’s all for Kyoto! I mean, ...
... experiences in Japan; packing into an already over-crowded bus, trying Japanese food beautifully served in bite sized divided trays, bowing with your 'thank-you', having a heated toilet in your hotel room with a built in bidet and crossing the street diagonally at pedestrian crossings in big intersections. I have seen diagonal pedestrian crossings on TV but had to do it, several times. I know, I know...it doesn't take much to entertain me ...
... a Japanese couple offered to take a picture of me with Mt. Fuji in the background. They asked me where is was from and for how long i was staying here. Very sweet. I have to say the Japanese people i've met so far are genuinely friendly and helpful. A short cablecar ride and walk took me back to the station where i entered the bus to Mishima station. It was a smooth ride through the Fuji countryside. At the station while buying lunch i got ...
... den (a house which had a big Buddha inside).The building itself was particularly striking, made mostly out of wood and carved beautifully. Inside the Buddha was enormous. I think we might have seen bigger Buddha on our travels so far but we were particularly impressed with the building. In one part of the building there is a pillar with a hole at the bottom, which is said to be the same size as the ...
... for help, who pulled her up. I wish I had someone to carry me through the temples!
Nijo castle was more of a conglomerate of different palaces, gardens, and a large moat engulfed it all. The British novelist Pico Iyer claims that Kyoto's monuments have the power to distill everything into "a clean simplicity". Nijo castle is extravagant yet houses many simple paths and gardens that invert any sense of pretension. I popped my earbuds in and listened to Florence ...