Hotel Nikko Nara
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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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... had some sake and Jill had plum wine and listened to two blokes have a ******* contest at the next table. One was Canadian the other Swiss, both worked in the rail industry one a foreman the other in IT. "I work so many days in a row" "well I have so much responsibility" " I have so many workers to worry about". It was like the Yorkshireman sketch
from Monty Python. Two strangers who have just met in a bar on holiday trying to out do each other. We left ...
... an equivalent of the UK's Premier Inn.
The hotel had a built in Onsen – a hot springs bath – and they liked to give us free stuff.
This included a Yukata – a light cotton kimono to wear around the hotel – and 5 free gifts for ladies (Nat got 15 as we were staying 3 nights) such as pampery bits like face creams, shampoo and relaxing herbal body pads.
... to a local, we learned that many of the young women in kimonos were either Geishas or Geishas in training. At any rate, in the evening, during working hours, most would be found made up with full white face make up.
Kyoto, like Hiroshima, is worthy of several more visits. I hope I get that opportunity, but I'm ...
... who always has the map,decided to take a short cut. This turned out be a steep climb right through the middle of kyoto's biggest cemetery, charming! This instead of taking the path that everyone else takes past the souvenir shops!!!! (It's ok I got to do those on the way down). The temple was extremely impressive and is one of the sites that is lit up at night at this time of the year to show off the ...
... I have got you something with owls) and for myself a Sake set.
This was followed by a quick look in the alcohol section of a supermarket in search of some umsheshu - the lush plum liquor that we loved so much last night. Unfortunately there seem to be many different varieties :(, fortunately we have plenty of time to find out which one we should buy :).
After arriving back from Nara, we headed to the top of Kyoto station as per a work ...