Kyoto Central Inn
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... a special moment, as having experienced Anzac Cove, and the spirits that are there, the same could be said for the shrine we visited.
A few words were said, Wendy dropped a few tears, and I hope that the Japanese soldier can now lay in peace, as all the soldiers from all sides deserve.
The typhoon is getting closer, and we are watching it, to see how we will be effected. I am sure we will be ok, but we need to be wary having not been in one of these before.
... the adults (mom, dad, trainer) could row a boat that could fit 2 people. All of them had to make it from one side of the river to the other. However, the dad couldn't be left alone with the daughters and mom alone with the sons as well as the tiger couldn't be left without its trainer or it would kill everyone.
... stuck together for the morning and caught the train to Saga-Arashiyama. We made our way to the Tenruji Zen temple which had the most beautiful garden. It had hundreds of different varieties of plants and trees, including beautiful flowering cherry blossoms. I particularly liked the quince flowers and the tulips. The bamboo forest starts after the garden and is a couple of hundred metres of huge, thick bamboo. It is truly stunning. Whilst there were hundreds of people ...
... This is a part of a chain of hotels in Japan known as a business hotel but to be honest I'm not sure what type of business they were promoting other than perhaps rooms by the hour, as the bed was on rollers, the pillows were filled with rice and both the TV guide and the entertainment guide for Japan only highlighted one thing - girls, girls, girls.
In addition there were various offers round the room for round the clock ...
... and go up the mountain. Nature is very important in the Shinto religion so some of the gates look out into the wilderness.
As we head back to our hotel in Kyoto was pass through the region of Fushimi. This area is the home of sakki brewing. The water is crystal clear so the best sakki in Japan is brewed in this area. Of course we tried some!
After 11 days of Japanese food many of us were looking for something more ...