Hotel Nikko Nara
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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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Travel Blogs from Nara
... in big groups all coming up to you for food. It was pretty scary at first as the point their antlers down at you and look as if they are going to charge. There was a man in the park selling biscuits for you to feed them, we wasn't to sure at first as the looked to be over ruling the other tourists that were feeding them. However he showed us how to feed them, lifting the biscuit up and then down they imitated your movement bowing before you. Now that ...
... in her
We were hungry, very hungry so headed back into town. I'd seen a place that specialised
in tuna sashimi which I fancied, Jill had seen a burger joint. We comprised and had both, I had the tuna which was spot on and then we went to the burger bar for Jill to have chilli cheeseburger, infinitely better than McDonalds.
It was starting to cool down and spit on with rain so we popped into a sake bar to see if it would ...
... a door code. The mens' didn't - apparently no one worries about strange women wondering in on the naked men!
No-one bats an eyelid at the nudity of course, it's just part of the culture, and I was suprised at how quickly I didn't care. The only thing I would say is I definitely noticed how skinny all the Japanese ladies were. Not in an unhealthy way, just in a 'I should probably rethink my junkfood habits' sort of way!
... ago, gave up his shogunate and returned it to the emperor. He returned to Tokyo and became a monk. This marked the end of the feudal period in Japan. The emperor at this time was only 16 years old.
We then went to the Gion district. Kyoto is the center of tourism and also the center of the Geisha culture. Here they prefer to be called Geikos and those in training, Maikos. We walked all through the ...
... the small town of Takayama, there was a sign in our hostel bathroom that said, "Please do not put anything but our toilet paper in the toilet." This prompted the question from Elias – “Mom, what do I do with my poo? It says only put toilet paper in the toilet.”
In some places the plumbing was so antiquated that it couldn’t accommodate even toilet paper, so TP had to ...