Nara Washington Hotel Plaza
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... have food (deer crackers that are sold throughout the park) and even bow respectfully. If you don't have any food, deer will ignore you and walk away lazily. I've grabbed them by ears, noses, heads and antlers and at most they just pull away annoyed and don't even try to run away.
After touching and photographing some deer, we walked to the massive building of ...
... heated level beneath the table – what a great idea for keeping your toes warm in winter.
Luckily the rain started to clear by lunchtime so we brandished our umbrellas and went into town for some food. Apart from stuffing ourselves on sushi and okonomiyaki, the other main dish which we ate during our time in Japan was ramen noodles. We eat quite a lot of ramen back at home although the ramen here had some slight differences which we couldn’t get used ...
... be and Elissa and I got to
go up in the tower.
After that we went back to the hotel just
before we went downstairs for breakfast Elissa and I surprised my dad with the
things that you blow through and it makes a noise and the reason why we did
that is because it’s my dad’s birthday.
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... god arrived in Nara on a white deer to guard the capital. Ever since then, the deer have been regarded as heavenly animals, protecting the town and country. Today, tame deer roam through the town. There are many of them in Nara Park, which is located in the center of the city. There are about 1200 deer in the park. Signs warn they are wild and can - and do - harm people. They advise only to feed them purchased food and give it to them near where you buy the food. ...
... with 2 buses and 2 trains arrived in Kyoto at 4pm. Transport from the train station wasn`t as good as the other big cities and rely on busy bus services and a shed load of (awesome looking, very cheap) bikes. The compact hostel/guest house was another traditional number. Steep wooden stairs, one toilet, 1 shower and bunk beds, nice and clean though. We speedily left to explore the Geisha district. Old streets, wooden shacks, red lanterns, cherry blossoms by the stream, Geishas, and ...