Kyoto Brighton Hotel
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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 …
... the gutter as I was stepping to the side to avoid the many passing bikers. We encountered another example of Japanese kindness as a women stopped as she saw us peering down at a crumpled map and helped us located the subway back home. We thawed at a an Okonomyaki restaurant that despite the us of avocados did not rival our first experience. We finally retired to our warm hotel already formulating in our minds a much more organized tour for the next ...
... So I cruise down to the river, and continue biking around there, and the streets of Kyoto for the next 2 hours, stopping very little. I finally take out my book and my map, and realize that I'm not too far from the #1 temple, so I head up hill, and as soon as I get close to the temple it is mobbed with tourists, I think there looks like a better way around and so I take off and head the wrong way up a 1 way of a walking path, and get close....and out of nowhere a ...
Tuesday, July 16th: So, my dad kept asking me if I couldn't take any photos of the area in which we are staying, so I did. It is only the immediate area, so I am only going to show a few of the hotspots, so to speak. Take a look at the photos below and I will tell you a bit about them in the descriptions. Mata ...
... which is just a half hour away from Kyoto by local train. The tourist folder pictures of the forest all look a bit greener than we can manage to get on our camera, but nevertheless it is a nice leisurely walk through (it’s more like a bush than a forest to be honest) towering bamboo trees that rustle in the wind. It sounds a bit like those things you can buy in the shop. The town Arashiyama is a nice little town full of ...