Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto
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- Minbar in room
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We left Nagoya at about 11am and took the slow train because we wanted to relax on a bit. It took all of 55 minutes to get to Kyoto! We got off the train with our bags (which seem to keep getting heavier for some reason) and went to the tourist information area to learn about Kyoto. We already knew some things we wanted to do but just needed to know exactly how to get there. We wanted to do three things, go to the Fushimi Inari Shrine with its 10,000 plus ...
... wrapped tightly around my body. With a small towel which was upholstered in the back, they pretty much tied up my breasts. On top another shirt and everything tightly wrapped and tied up with strings.
Next I got my hair done. The hairstyles now are easier than back then and they don’t use all those things. Simply bobby pins and hairspray. I had a matching hair ornament and was really happy with my look. If I could, I would ...
... I think Erika felt the same way as she didn't fight me at all when I suggested we call it a day and eat somewhere close to our hotel.
That night we ate dinner next to our hotel. Our waiter was a really big guy who was sweating fairly profusely but managing all of his tables very effectively and with a big smile. The menu had a picture of him eating a raw squid with a big smile on his face. I liked him ...
... shaped. It was cool jumping across. We also saw a very strange bird which looked like it had a wig on. Haha. We got on the subway and headed to Gion. When we got off we saw the Izutsu Yatsuhashi Shrine, it is bright red. We were so so cold so headed into Starbucks for a huge hot chocolate with cream. It was yummy and made us very warm inside. We walked over the river to Takashimaya department store. Noel bought a cool ...
... into town to find a train that would take us to see the famous red torii gates (Fushimi Inari). This was a busy sight with lots of tourists, shops and red gates to be seen. We managed to walk some of the way up the hill through the red gates before we gave up and headed back down, it was late afternoon and I think the heat and walking was beginning to get to us. So we headed back into town so we could have a chill before heading out ...