Nara Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Japanese students all wear uniforms. When on field trips, they also always seem to wear these silly sailor hats with elastic under the chin. Sometime white, or sometimes a bight color like yellow. I’m not sure if perhaps it helps the teachers keep track of them? But, especially with the little girls, it looks like something out of a Madeline cartoon).
After the Pavilion, I visited a few more shrines ...
... of magical. Unfortunately with the storm we won't see everything we wanted, but then again, after your 15th temple it starts to excite less. Highlights from Kyoto: -Today Ji temple and the big bronze Budda. This is absolutely stunning. This is one of the biggest bronze Buddha statues in the world, and it is an impressive sight. One of the most impressives I've seen in my lifetime. It is located in Nara Park, a park where the deers roam free. ...
... the same position on the same table every time we went past. I'm certain the fish just sit there until they sell, or decay. That would account for the smell anyway.
We ended up bidding farewell to Kyoto without actually seeing any of it this morning. The subway station entrance is right outside of our door. The subway takes you underground to Kyoto station, and before you know it, you're out of Kyoto station, and bound for Osaka. ...
... we followed them into a room with a large tv on the wall, two microphones, a song selector, disco lights sofas and the all important air conditioning. The room can't have been more than about 6ft by 6ft, but we all crammed in and they quickly started selecting songs. Within minutes we were singing our hearts out at the tops of our voices, jumping around on the sofas to all the classics. The two hours passed within a flash, but we'd had an awesome ...
... internet connection if I sat in one particular corner of the dormitory. All of this, combined with caffeine withdrawal headaches, led to something of a mini-emotional breakdown where I threw up my hands, questioned every reason I had to come back here (and, more broadly, everything I want to do with my life), and angrily went to bed at 6 pm.
Thankfully, today was much better. Well-rested and connected to the internet, I bicycled down to the Main Sanctuary ...