Hotel Nikko Nara
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This hotel in very conveniently located along the Sanjo Street which leads you to most of Nara's many attractions. Really good breakfast buffet and good service.
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... messengers of God' and are therefore given the freedom of the park( presumably to deliver messages?!?). Having been around humans for so long the deer are incredibly tame and you can stroke and feed them with ease. Even kids chasing, poking and screaming at them didn't really worry them(and this happened a lot). The deer had even learnt to bow in the traditional Japanese manner of greeting and respect(see video). ...
... city train to Nara.
Did I mention that here in Osaka there is a lot less English signs and a lot less people speak English!?
It is especially hot today and even before I reach the train-station I'm sweating. Even the locals are sweating!
On the last train-ride to Nara on the local train, at each stop, I have to get out of the train to find the station ...
... was last rebuilt in 1426. It was awesome, 50 meters tall! Then we saw the deer. Apparently this is what Nara is know for, wild deer that roam the city looking for handouts. They sell special deer cookies you can buy and feed them. They were adorable and it was so much fun! We happened upon a beautiful garden on our way that said it was free to foreign tourists, so we decided ...
... like Japan in the summer, because cigars by their nature require a humid climate as close to Cuba as possible. Back home my cigars are compromised by a humidor that I keep forgetting open and that needs to be opened every now and then to ward off molds. Also my choice of value is Piano bought from R-kioski, and they don't store them in a humidor and thus they come via a process of drying up and then remoistening them in my home humidor, which often ...
... vegetable plots.
The food available throughout the country is certainly different from the Canadian diet but very wholesome and nutritionally balanced. Pork , chicken and fish are regularly available. Beef is less often available and/or consumed. Rice is a part of every meal but I learned how to combine it with different additives to provide variety.
Maybe we were lucky but September in Japan felt like midsummer back in Toronto. It ...