Kyoto Brighton Hotel
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... in Japan feels like being a celebrity sometimes. They seem very interested in us! Our meal was a traditional Japanese meal with rice and tofu and some vegetables. I really have come to appreciate and enjoy their every day meal. It is much different then that of America.
I had a great time with everyone today and don't want the trip to come to an end. I am so grateful to have experienced a new culture and plan to come back in the future.
... Vendors selling wafers for deer food are located around the temple grounds, and the best show is waiting until an unsuspecting tourist purchases some of the wafers. Shortly thereafter, several of the largest male deer begin chasing the tourist, then butting him, biting his clothes and generally hunting him down until he gives up all of the food, usually very quickly! It was hilarious to watch this spectacle occur repeatedly.
During the era when Nara was ...
... go all agro, some look sad and helpless, some look adorable - whatever works for them I guess. The girls tried to be even handed with how they shared out the food. Maggie's style was to give each of the first six deer a full cracker each. Georgie tried to be more even handed and break the crackers into smaller pieces to feed more. Anyway, deer feeding over, we walked on and found that the first place we were due to visit - Isui-en, a renowned garden - is closed for maintenance. ...
... the pond, the small bridge… everything. You easily forget that next to us, busy streets screamed with cars, buses and people.
Crossing the river, we bought some typical Kyoto sweets and headed towards Mt. Kyomizu with its series of temples along the way.
I managed to convince Fab to eat in a really shabby-looking place that seemed to be a noodle shop. 'What could possible go wrong', I said, and with my trusty guide i asked 'What is your ...
... fascinating to see the different foods for sale. In true Japanese style, it was absolutely spotless and there were virtually no smells.
We then popped into the Udon noodles restaurant from a dinner or two ago and each had just their vegetable tempura, that looks like a rosti potato, and then onto the sushi conveyor belt place for some last sushi. We took a taxi to the station and are about to ...