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So I woke up in pain, my back really hurt which made me not look forward to lugging the pack. I was happy to be ditching the books. Breakfast was the same as yesterday, except for the part where I confused everyone by putting the rice crackers I'd bought a few days ago in the toaster oven (try this some time, it makes them much better). They were …
... the picture before. There has been a lot of laughter, but you could see the disappointment in her eyes. The temple complexes are a "must" visit in Kyoto. Alone they way to the complex is an attraction. Money withdrawal and exchange: that's very tuff, the most ATM machines are not accepting foreign credit cards. You have to search, best is Airports, Train stations or the great mega store " Takashimaya ". Go and search the information desk, ...
... in French or "provecho" in Spanish. It took me a couple of days to remember this saying, but I learned it by the last day.
As I got to know Yossy, we talked about the differences between Kyoto and Osaka (the neighboring coastal city). When describing cities, it's helpful to personify them. If Kyoto were a girl on a Saturday, she would be content shuffling through the streets with her best friend, both of them giggling at each other's flip flops and Kimonos. She would go ...
... tak mała, ze tylko
dzieci zdolne są do przeciśnięcia i uzyskania oświecenia ;)
W drodze powrotnej do pociągu zwiedzliśmy jeszcze Japoński ogród Yoshjkien, który podzielony jest na trzy mniejsze: ogród stawu, mchu i herbaty - wszystko w idealnej harmonii ze sobą.
Szybki pociąg do Kyoto, zmieniliśmy ubrania na bardziej odświętne i ruszyliśmy miejskim autobusem do dzielnicy gejsz, Gion. ...
Once again we can use our Japan Rail Pass to get ourselves on the speedy Shinkansen bullet train bound for Kyoto. (noticed that to-kyo and kyo-to use the same letters, what's that about?) Kyoto is a lovely city well known for all the beautiful temples and a bamboo forest.
Because we still have one day left on our rail pass, we opt to go to the bamboo forest today in the little ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Large bed, ensuite. Tv, fridge, hot water, desk. Close to a neighbourhood sento, and great location for the Nishiki market.
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