Kyoto Tower Hotel Annex
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... it in the corner and heading up to my room, but I nicely return it back to the original spot, throw it a middle finger and off to the shower, after I clean myself up and my attitude, the hostel staff has the erge to ask me how my day was..."I say it was good..." with the fakest smile of my life, and showed them on the map. "SAGOI..." (Wonderful) I grab a quick bite and close my eyes around 6pm, and don't wake up till 430am the next morning
Kyoto és una ciutat plana per recórrer a peu, en bici o en curts trajectes de bus. Té 1.5 milions d'habitants (del 128 milions que té el Japó) i va ser la capital del país durant més de 1000 anys. Hi ha 81 temples budistes a Kyoto, per 6 dies doncs toca a 14 per dia! L’Ariana i l’Elena no saben si creure-s’ho o no. Saben que de vegades anem a totes. Com sempre, comencem amb una llista de coses per fer, però ...
... 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 ...
... even in NYC it was not easy to see it…).
Tonight, I met with Elfi in Mutayama parc, next to the weeping cherry tree. I had to wait a little while but I got entertained by people want to take their picture in front of that peculiar tree. The rain started again soon after she arrived. So we took refuge in a restaurant.
Arashiyama嵐山 = tempête montagne. C’est un quartier à l’ouest de Kyoto. C’est un peu loin ...
... with our small white towel (not to be used to cover your body) next stop was a thorough shower on the little stools and rinse down with small buckets. We then tested out the various naturally hot baths which used the spring water we saw just minutes before steaming away through the street (although cooled down as that was literally boiling!). There were loads of different bath types including the hyotan bath, foot bath, steam bath (sauna where the men chatted to Tom), waterfall ...