Kyoto White Hotel
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Kyoto Day Three
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the ...
... 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! ...
Rough day today. I had trouble sleeping last night because of someone snoring and jet lag. I went to bed at a decent hour but then woke up at 3 and could not get back to bed till 5:30. And then we were up at 7:30 to catch the train. We had another delicious buffet breakfast at the hotel and then took the walk to the train station which was really nice in the cooler morning. Side note- we have been warm the whole time so far. No ...
... doors backed by mirrors. Surrounding it are very carefully raked silver grey gravel gardens which are reflected in the mirrors. It was really all very beautiful. The main temple complex and gravel gardens were surrounded by an extensive garden of trees and moss. Gardeners were busy brushing the moss to remove bite of leaves and other debris that had fallen during the night. Other gardeners were up ladders and sitting in trees carefully pruning those to ...
... stanowi on jedynie dwie
trzecie oryginalnego rozmiaru. Jedną z atrakcji świątyni jest dziura w
pilarze, szpara o wielkości dziurki od nosa wielkiego Buddhy. Kolejka
ostawiała się aby spróbować szczęścia i przecisnąć się przez ten wąska
szparę. Wierzono, iż komu uda się przecisnąć osiągnie oświecenie w
następnym życiu. Dziura wydawała ...