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4/5/2007 Arrive Osaka We had a hearty breakfast, in preparation for who knows what we might find. Getting off the ship is always a hassle, unless, I guess, you've hired a car to meet you. Our hotel is New Osaka Hotel, who knows the equivalent in Japanese. Our driver called into his dispatcher, but didn't learn anything. Fortunately we are across …
Dimanches nous sommes retournés à Kyoto, parce qu'on voulait voir le temple Kyomizu-Dera. C'est une des plus populaires et à l'office de tourisme on nous avait dit que c'était bien pour les feuilles des arbres en couleurs. En effet, c'était à couper le souffle! Mais il y avait TELLEMENT de monde! Nous avons passés une bonne partie de la journée juste a se rendre au temple, qui est quand même assez haut. D'ailleurs c'était la place ...
... to the museum by a very helpful Japanese man. You've got to hand it to the Japanese, they're always ready to help you out.
The museum was one of my favourites that I've visited during this trip. On the 8th floor of a nondescript office building, they have reconstructed a small edo period village, where, you can be dressed up in a kimono and stroll around the village streets listening to the explanations of the different buildings with the English ...
... tourist spot but it is known for its delicious and vast array of
foods which I cannot wait to try. Otherwise,
I was advised to see the parks in Japan and maybe my local host will have a few
ideas of fun things to do and see. I
will leave Osaka on Monday and fly to Taipei.
Upon arriving in Taipei, I will take a four hour bus south
to Tainan where I was just last September.
I’ll stay in town for one ...
... was kind of cool. We are kind of getting templed out though a little bit. The road leading away from the temple is called 'teapot alley' and there were a bunch of little tourist shops selling trinkets. We spent the rest of the morning walking around the old temples and shrines. At one of the temples there were two "love rocks" about 100 feet apart that if you can walk succesfully between the two rocks with your eyes closed you would have ...