Hotel Nikko Nara
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Nara
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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... of check in. Our room is traditional with private Japanese bathroom. There is also the larger bathroom with the big soaking tub which looks out on to the garden. We followed the protocol and bathed before dinner, donned our yukata and are now waiting for our dinner which will be served in our room, Japanese style. It is very quiet and relaxing.
This morning was another fresh feeling, it felt wonderful waking up hangover free. We planned to go to Nara today, a small tourist town about an hour away from Osaka. We could get there using our JR pass so we thought why not. Here there were temples in a huge park and lots of deers about that you could feed. We got some breakfast on the way and then discovered an amazing bakery when we got off the train at Nara so we had double breakfast this morning. ...
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As I said earlier Nara is small compared to other places we've been but I've had a really relaxing time, good for and enjoyed the company and hospitality of strangers over the last two days.
Next stop is the spa town Hakone where we are travelling for five hours so any early
start. Maybe shouldn't have had that last Moscow ...
... look skinnier. We then got directed to the next booth where we could edit the photos, give each other moustaches and add text. Just a short metro ride away was the Fushini Inari Shrine, home to 1000 orange torii gates, which wind up the mountain in a uniform fashion. Each one has been donated by either an individual or company and inscribed with their details. As it was already dark we only walked a small part, but i think it was enough as 1000 gates can get ...
... somewhere to eat and wondered around for ages before finally settling on going to the shopping centre food court next door (slightly more fancy than an Australian food court) and we had shabu shabu. It was so strange! Basically what happens is you order the type of meat you want, we got beef, and choose your veggies. The meat comes out completely raw cut into these little strips. You get this big hot pot in front of you, and you cook your meat and veggies in ...