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... an egg cooked on the ultra-hot plate. Minna had gnocchi and asparagus followed by lamb and broccolini, and tiramisu with caramel ice cream. Howard had pasta with white fish and sautéed onions with roe, grilled rolled beef with asparagus and blancmange with melon and melon sorbet. We had a very nice valpolicella and wonderful coffee. Rating 9.0, because the food and atmosphere and service were great but the portions ...
... br> “Cindy, let's drink!” followed by frequent cheers of kampai filled our room of smoke. Sweet sweet sake, how I've missed you so. Second best thing I could think of to do while yopparai (drunk) was Skype my parents ;P Always happy to hear from us, but not so impressed by how much alcohol I've consumed, my mom kept telling me to stop, which of course only kept making me pour more! Some things never change.. and as usual, my mom would be right. ...
... is called Tawawachan, and resembles the Seattle Space Needle with cartoon eyes, mouth, and hands. We love Tawawachan. So we’re taking the elevator up to the top, a small elevator about the size of a small bathroom. There are probably about 9 or 10 people total on the elevator including myself, Bryan, Michelle, and the elevator operator. All of a sudden, Tawawachan pops up on the scene and stats explaining in Japanese the wonders of the Kyoto tower. It ...
... lapping the sides of the road. Maybe the tour company are not so whimpy.
We walk back along the muddy street to the temple entrance. Now temples all start to look the same after a while, but the grounds surrounding them are really beautiful. We wander through the grounds of the temple to the bamboo grove just outside the north gate. The bamboo grove is massive, 30-40 thousand square metres and that is just what we can see. From here we visit the home of ...
We visited Fushimi-Inari today which is a really impressive temple just outside of Kyoto. Some of the scenes from Memoirs of a Geisha were filmed here and as soon as you get out of the station, you can see why. It's so picturesque. There are over 10,000 orange tori gates that's lead you up through the hills to many different shrines and a lookout points with views of Kyoto. We looked around the main temple first and then made our ...