Hotel New Hankyu Kyoto
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... compliments every time. She even thanked us that we chose Japan to be our (or at least my) first country that we visited out of Europe. When we arrived at her home we just started with the course – she gave us many sheets with hand written recipes, most of them she learned from her mother or even grandmother. We cooked a total of 5 dishes, and Emi explained us that those were all family dishes because they are quite simple and there is a mix of meat and vegetables. ...
... two steps without walking into a 7/11, a FamilyMart, or a vending machine. In Hakone, the environment's focus on luxury and relaxation comes at the cost of isolation. At nightfall, my friends and I decided to explore the town around our hotel. As a scaredy-cat, waking around dimly lit, abandoned streets in an unfamiliar city is fuel for nightmarish thoughts. The idea that a city is ...
... from some of the places we visit. Nijo-Jo's info-centre had two, so Nat got excited.
After strolling around the stunning gardens, we headed into the castle building itself.
This was jam-packed full of tour groups and noisy people so the intended atmosphere was a little lost, but it was still easy to appreciate the carefully painted screens between people's heads.
Again, no photos were ...
... tea pause at a tea house close to the temple. Making our way back to the station, we stopped at few shops: yes a bit of shopping is always nice... we need to bring back some souvenirs. After a nice relaxing day in the park, we enjoyed a quick dinner (sushi place close to the station) and a nice dessert (yuzu pancakes)... we had a few dessert in Kyoto after dinner to enjoy the night. The weather is changing and we can tell the rain is coming for ...
Kyoto. City of new and old cheek by jowl, which means it isn't immediately obvious as the lovely city it is. Temples are tucked away in with newer buildings, signs taking you round the districts to see them, 10mins here, 11there. Having walked past two big temples yesterday, Kosho-Ji on my way to the hostel, and Higashi Honganji when checking out the proper way to the station, I skipped that and headed for the park, once I'd run. I'd only ...