Kyoto Garden Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... you are outside the building. You can take photo's at the top outside the building, but still not make eye contact with them.
There were young and old, mothers carrying babies and cheeky and boisterous ones. Phil had one monkey almost sitting on his feet at one stage as it was so close to him. There was also a pond and they loved swimming in it. The mannerisms make you very aware of where we have evolved from, even down to the young ones bombing each other in the ...
... the place, then headed back to each of our previous stops. No luck at any of them! I was so upset and I took it out a little bit on the guys - poor them! To cope, they stopped at McDonalds on the walk back to the hostel. Back at the hostel, I dumped the contents of my day bag out. Luck on my side, I found the memory card. I was sooo very relieved. With all that adrenaline leaving me and drop in emotions, I crashed and headed to bed while the boys finished their ...
... park so we said goodbye and parted ways. I headed back towards the town. I was loving my adventure by myself along the backstreets. I wasn't too sure where I was, but I started to see more and more people so I was pretty sure I was heading I the right direction. I soon found Togetsukyo Bridge and knew the monkey park was on the other side. The bridge footpath was packed full of people slowly walking across and stopping to take photos of the blooming cherry blossoms. ...
... They were amazing. For drinks I tried a barley tea by Bryan and Michelle’s suggestion. It kind of tasted like high-fiber cereal combined with the way hay smells. I didn’t really care for it.
After snackfrest, we boarded a train for the Golden Palace. The Golden Palace (Kinkaku-ji) is actually a Zen Buddhist temple, whose name translates to Temple of the Golden Pavilion. As we entered the palace grounds, I ...
... place, room for maybe ten and there were a couple of guests. When I got in along with a threesome of business people I got seated first. When I was well along the way of my meal. I suddenly was offered a glass of wine, by the business people next to me. They started talking to me and asking me the usual questions. I thinker them profoundly for the wine, which went well with my sake. When my wine was gone, suddenly there was more wine and more questions and ...