Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a little hill. The entire way up, you are under these red arches, which provided enough shade to keep us at an almost reasonable temperature. We climbed about half way up the hill, then realized just how far it was to the top, and decided that we would rather get to the Golden Pavilion than finish climbing all the way up. So we turned around and continued back to the train station. We then took a train to Kyoto central, which Lennea and I had ...
... admit that I did not like the takoyaki balls here. The piece of octopus was tiny but the surrounding ball and stuffing was huge! Not to my liking I'm afraid.
After this, we headed back to the subway station to make our way to Osaka castle. The grounds of the castle were huge! The most amazing thing here were the large stones which were used for the walls. We visited the main tower and made our way to the 8th floor for the observation deck. The whole tower was a ...
... he then waits by the side of the car for the 15 minutes the train is in the station, ensuring we depart to our destination, and waves to us as the train prepares to depart. As we start to move, he bows and stays bowed, head down, as we depart for Kyoto. With his white gloves, dark suit and incredibly attentive service, it is a real pleasure to have him taking care of us.
The train is busy, but our seats are large and the ride is ...
... I frequented quite often and which had an amazing cinnamon toast at the time. I settled for Yakisoba teishoku and thought that it is pretty brilliant that the place still exists if hankyu department store no longer does! A definite must whenever I am in the area is this one little temple that was introduced to me about 20 years ago, by a very good looking architect who stayed in the I-house for whatever reason. It is just below ...
... place yet. There were lines of people going both up and down the mountain. On several different levels there were areas to buy a small torii and place it with others at the shrines. We saw several families placing these toriis as well as ring the bell, clapping and bowing as they had at the foot of the shrine. While there were many worshipers, there were also tourist and even people like our little friend who were using the climb as a workout. We were able to make it to the top in ...