Kyoto Garden Hotel
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... with blurry vision. I asked him if he went to the hospital, and he said that his doctor had just told him that he had a bad batch of oysters, and he should steer clear of Hiroshima oysters for a year because all the Hiroshima oysters were bad that year. Shin then actively encouraged me to have oysters while I was there. Hmmm. I'm not convinced. Tomorrow I'm going to a place called Nara to see the biggest Buddha in Japan, and feed some deer. It's a tough life I lead! Bye! ...
... that you can read. You aren't allowed to sign them out but you can sit around the building and read them. There is a fantastic kids area, outdoor reading area, and even an area with manga in different languages for international visitors. It was terrific to see so many people there reading! There was an opportunity to try finishing some manga drawings ourselves. I let Armand decide if he wanted to do it and saying he did, I readily agreed to go with him. I might have been ...
They say if you want to see the real Japan go to Kyoto as this is where the Japanese go to find out about their culture. So I headed off on the Shinkansen (bullet train) which I have since discovered is the only way to travel as it zooms along at 200 miles an hour.
I spent a few relaxing days here and hired a bike to see the sites and even attended a Tea Ceremony were I was convinced I was sitting next to Alec Baldwin ...
... the rainy season, but at least I had an umbrella. It took me an hour to walk back to my bike from there, but I was so relieved to be able to pedal after that. My feet needed an epic massage after this trip.
I biked across intersections and raced past restaurants that pumped out the aroma of Teriyaki sauce. I finally reached Colori, were I was to meet with Yossy and Crystal for dinner. Crystal and I ate our salad with chopsticks. It was starting to drizzle, so I had to ...
... which was open for a special exhibition. We then headed to the imperial palace of Kyoto but after another long walk we found out that this wasn't open to the public unless you had prior arrangements. So we managed to see the gates... That's all! We then headed south to Fushimi to the Fujinomari Shrine, we again had to walk from the subway station to get there but this time it was worth it!! The main shrine itself was very colourful, decorated in bright reds and ...