Kyoto White Hotel
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... flexibility caught up with us and we had to sit on the beds in the other room to read and relax for a bit.
When we checked in we made a reservation for dinner that night at the restaurant since we were in the middle of nowhere and knew the hotel would be our best (and probably only) option. When we were choosing a time for dinner we were also asked to select which set menu we wanted to have and it was suggested that we go for the traditional Japanese fish ...
... due to the time of year meaning all the leaves were turning gold also.
Our last stop of the morning was the Imperial Palace. The entry requirements here are strict! We all had to fill out our personal details to hand in and had to be counted into the grounds.No one lives here anymore as the Emporer currently lives in Tokyo, hence Tokyo being the capital city, and I have to say I was a little ...
... your legs planted firmly on the ground, knees bent at 90 degrees. 🍒Sleeping on the subway, on the other hand, is totally acceptable. It is a sign of working hard to the point of exhaustion. 🍒Trains and subways are always on time. The average delay is only 18 ...
... Very sophisticated and fun!
We did not have time to rent bikes in Gion. Instead, we walked and walked and we were lucky enough to see a real geisha going to an appointment. I would love to read “Memoirs of a Geisha" again. We did not go either to eat pancakes at "Eggs & something": pancakes are now the “in” thing in Japan but this place had one hour waiting list. One of ...
... police. Over the past ten days i have heard a siren precisely twice and both of those were in Kyoto - it's positively lawless compared to Tokyo! :P There are police boxes dotted around town but there are no bobbies on the beat of police cars driving around. It's unnatural I tells ya!
So tomorrow i'm going to the Nara region south of Kyoto but to be honest, the thought of wandering around a lot of wide open spaces in 34C heat is not really filling me with glee!