Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... get her photos - see what you think - an OK job! The maples are just starting to turn on their tips so a few more weeks and they should be splendid. Having explained to Yoshi that Mum and Celie weren't able to walk far and conserving their energy was important saw we got the royal treatment - in fact at Roan-ji we did take the same entrance that Queen Elizabeth did on her visit! Anyway back at the golden pavilion we were a little surprised that our ...
... at the pearl and jade factories, we learned how to tell the real from the fake. That said it is quite rare to see them, so my hopes weren't high.
Geishas have been around for about 350 years and contrary to what North American's assume they are in fact non-sexual entertainers who are trained and skilled at ancient Japanese arts. People pay a ton of money to have them at functions at the fancy tea houses of Gion, that are really just private drinking establishments ...
Temples, gardens, no wind and more temples on day 9 in Kyoto. At this point, I'm starting to get a little cranky as my feet hurt and the wind forecast for Kyoto has not improved at all. As it turns out I have now have blisters on both little toes and my feet are feeling kind of tender. As I look closely at my feet I can see that the blisters on my little toes are the primary cause of my pain. With this knowledge I decide to ...
... with all the campers, but we do not share food the strategy for that is we label our things with our name, our room # and when we check out.
We, Jack and Ava loved cooking dinner. We made goyzas, chicken drum sticks, potatoes and broccoli.
... As the salad Kayley ordered was sold out (had Parma ham which had sold out) we both decided to have spaghetti bolognese. It was very nice and really cheap. Japan is well known for being a very expensive country but if you look there are definitely places where you can get a cheap feed, and you don't always have to eat local to save. As we saved on lunch we decided maybe a nice slice of cheesecake was in order, once again we were not at all disappointed. ...