Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto
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Travel Blogs from Kyoto
... we went close to our house was called “Hamburg Lab” and we had really good hamburgers and steak, very tender. The place was a modern Japanese restaurant, local, no tourists.
Last night we booked the last hotel of our trip. We are preparing ourselves to go back but we still have many life experiences waiting for us in four more countries! You can do a lot if you do not have a daily routine! ...
... trees out front. After that we continued south and ran into a lot of your groups and things got busy! We walked through Maruyamakoen park which still had cherry blossoms in bloom and then on to the Yasaka Shrine. It has gorgeous bright orange tori gates and lanterns. We saw a couple all decked out in their kimonos getting what look like engagement photos taken. We continued on to the Ryozen Kwan-on which hosts a giant 80ft tall seated ...
... of us found this cool tea ceremony place that was close to our house. We kept walking down the street, we stopped in a 7/11 (which are everywhere in Japan) and got some coffee and croissants…this packaged chocolate croissant with hard chocolate in the middle was the best thing I have ever ate in my entire life! Lol…we kept walking and Julianne looked to her right and saw this giant temple! We basically ran up the hill towards ...
... royalty while being pulled around town, and this rickshaw puller is very eager for my business. Still, I feel a little awkward seeing him work so hard while I just sit here, blanket over my lap. Okay, I am just odd, I know. It's a fun thing to do and no one is being forced to do the work. Fun stuff. THE BAMBOO FOREST When we arrive at the bamboo park, I say goodbye to my rickshaw puller and head into the nearby shrine leading to the bamboo forest. It's the Nonomiya Shrine. ...
... most beautiful temples in Kyoto, climbing through the old village to the highest point in Kyoto city. I went there the other night, but the temple grounds are closed at night. Going there again was definitely worth it. In one of the temples I suddenly was spoken to by a small group of high school kids and they asked me if they could ask me some questions for practicing their english. They were absolutely allowed to and they did. Each of them asked one question. One ...
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