Kyoto Garden Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Kyoto
... geisha and their old wooden ochaya and tea houses. Strolling down Hanamikoji, an historic and preserved area we have stepped back in time. To our joy and amazement we see a beautiful geisha in all her finery heading off to an appointment. She hurried along the street in such a calm manner although passers by were staring at her and camera flashes were going off like the paparazzi. I was spellbound. Later on that evening after a stroll and some ...
... the most complicated transit map I have been offered during our entire trip. Soooo...for 15 dollars we rented a mini ipad with wifi for 48 hours. We hoped access to the internet would help us by providing a more readable map of Kyoto and something to refer to when visiting the many distracts of Kyoto. We hunkered down at Starbucks for breakfast and to pick a district to visit. We headed to Souther Higashiyama first. Unfortunately, the ...
THURSDAY- We started our day around 9:30, heading just outside Kyoto to
Tenryu-ji Temple (Tenryu Shisezen-ji), located in Susukinobaba-cho, Ukyo
Ward —is the head temple of the Tenryū branch of Rinzai Zen Buddhism,
located in. It is a UNESCO heritage site, the temple was built in the
16th Century and has sustained 8 fires, but was rebuilt with the
original design and materials. The garden around the temple was
... little old lady who runs the place was standing there with a cup of coffee for me! The lady returned about 20 minutes later with a pair of wellies for me to borrow so that I could go outside in the snow. No excuses now, so I set off. When I got downstairs, she refused to let me leave without strapping a heat pack to my back, under my coat. It was much appreciated once I got outside and realised how cold it was! She then chased me down the road with an umbrella to borrow. ...
... for your head, with a load of hot sand. You immediately feel all your veins pulsating and you lay there immobilized with sweat coming out of every pore in your body for 10 minutes. But it feels actually quite nice. After the sand bath you wash yourself and take a bath in a regular Onsen. It was quite an experience. Like I said Beppu is full of natural hot springs there are also several of these so called Hell Holes that you can visit. They are natural hot springs that ...