Minakuchi Century Hotel
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... wasn't. Overall, the show wasn't that great and not something I'd necessary recommend to other tourists. Afterwards on our way to dinner we tried to look for geisha. We didn't see anyone as our tour guide indicated that most of them would be busy performing and entertaining as it was 20:30. Thus we gave up and went for dinner instead. We went to a typical Japanese restaurant where you sit on the floor and I had some chicken with rice and egg that was actually quite ...
... waterfalls. A number of small islands dart out in front and tranquility is as common to the area as a hot dog and beer to a baseball game.
Because of the cold temps, which remained int he low to mid 30s, our visit lasted about one hour.
From the site, we reentered the "real world" and found a pizza place for lunch.
Hopped back on the bus for another journey across town.
The Golden Temple is located in western Kyoto and our next ...
... wonderful...spent way too much money, but boy was it fun. I had chicken, stomach, heart, minced balls, and tail on a stick. The beef was $5 for two tiny bits on a stick. They were amazed that $5 would by you half a steak in America. Anyway, I woke up this morning pretty hungover and walked to a bakery, don't ever get the italian bread, it was room temperature foamy eggs and fake cheese in the inside. I was so disappointed, I had to go lay down and go back to sleep. The ...
... That’s right, all a long I was just getting electrocuted, I figured it is their way of getting rid of foreigners! Just let them electrocute themselves and we’ll remove the body later. There is no way they setup this bath on purpose… just for fun? Well turns out there is, people not only put their arms in there but their entire body! They put their back right onto the electrodes, I didn’t dare to try it. On attempt was enough….
So here I ...
... running and jumping, no fences or gates. The only cage was for us, humans! You could feed the monkey sitting in a gated building and passing them some nuts or fruit, which they gently took out from your palm.
Then there was a feeding time, where stuff gave them food in the open right around us, the music was playing Mozart and the monkeys were running like crazy to get those nuts. All very interesting experience.