Kyoto Brighton Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We flew into Japan via Osaka's Kansai International Airport on a steamy summer's night. As we had travelled all day we decided to check into the airport hotel so we could rest before heading out to Kyoto the next day. The hotel is minutes away from the passenger terminal and we collect our luggage and clear customs in record time. The efficiency of …
... Kyoto's most famous cherry tree, saw a few more temples, enjoyed the carnival-type atmosphere and eventually left the park into the city center meca. We had a beer in a cute little neighborhood full of liveliness before finding another place to have a yummy meal. After all the walking of the day and the crazy night we had before, we decided to call it an earliest night (still got to bed around 12, after a nice relaxing ...
... owner lead us directly to the restaurant where we discovered it was closed. Really losing stamina at this point we ducked into a coffee shop and were rewarded with one of the best hot chocolates and lattes of our entire trip. We also split a homemade cream puff to ease our declining blood sugars. Once our fingers and tempers thawed we made a plan. We decided to attempt a couple more temples and then return to our hotel's district for supper. ...
... for dinner the day before, but I was too late.
When I entered the street where Marimoto is, I noticed someone else also looking at the menu and entering the alley that lead up to the restaurant. I followed her and got seated one seat next to her. Quite soon we got talking and to my utter delight her English was delightfully good. Of course we talked about what we were doing in Kyoto an what out plans were and where we were from. She told me she (Chiaki) ...
... monkeys reach through the wire mesh and take the food out of your hand. They're very gentle about it. I suspect that you have to feed them from the safety of the hut for your own protection, otherwise you'd have monkeys climbing all over you competing for the food. Even though they appear docile and tame to humans, they are wild and they can be quite territorial. We witnessed numerous altercations between members of the troop. On the ...