Hotel Nikko Osaka
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Although our hotel had small rooms it was luxury compared with the Capsule Ryokan in Kyoto.
We make use of the free laundry facilities (sooo needed) and the onsen which we enjoyed. Today is pretty much limited to a mooch around Hiroshima and grabbing the Shinkansen Nozomi to whisk us off to Osaka Kansai airport where we are holed up for …
After checking out of the hotel in Kyoto, headed straight to the Kyoto Shinkansen Station to board a hikari train which took 20min to reach Shin-Osaka, Took a cab and headed straight to Nikko hotel to complete the check in formalities and drop off the luggage. The best part of this hotel is that Shinsaibashi subway is right below the hotel in …
... is very pleasant.
I have seen my first castle, in the sun and the gloom, and the nearby dojo where young people are trained in the old martial arts. I have eaten so many new types of food, fried chicken hearts, chicken cartilage, fast noodles, chicken pops, different types of tofu, Okanomayaki; a kind of pancake with fish slithers and a special paste, which you cook in front of you. It was really good. We explored mock ...
... in Kyoto?" "Yes!" I nodded and smiled. "Are you sightseeing?", she followed. "Yes, all day. But I still have energy for shopping!" I replied. "Have a great trip!" She said. I never felt unwelcome in this country. Though sometimes people seemed scared to help me out, I was never looked at like I was a stupid American (say this in a French accent for maximum results). This has never happened to me anywhere except in America, come to think of it. The store had no rain ...
... of the 1 hour journey!
We got off in Kyoto, took a short walk to Kyoto main station for us to get some info on how to get to Kinkaku-ji Temple. We found out that we can get the bus, got a free map and hopped on the bus. But it wasn't the right bus! Kathy asked the driver in Japanese, and we managed to get off before it left the stop! Then we got on the right bus! Kinkaku-ji is stunning. Gold plated building surrounded by a lake with some beautiful fish. ...