Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto
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... and there but we had to ask a few times. We walked up to where we thought the entrance was a two men stopped us. They told us to go get a permit and pointed us town into the residential bit. We walked down but couldn't see anything. We walked back to the men who tried to explain even though their English was limited that we needed a permit and needed to go back to the imperial household agency back at the palace in town. We ...
... Studio Park. After getting off the train, we hopped into the first convenience store we saw to grab something to eat. We heard three people speaking Dutch on the other side of the road as we were having our breakfast sitting outside one of the many convenience stores strewn about Japan. We overheard them asking a question I can no longer reproduce to you and I shouted a random response to them in Dutch. They didn’t hear it, so we thought nothing more of it. A little while ...
... Fushimi Inari-taisha and the old gesha-district Gion.
Here in Kyoto it is hotter (+5 C) than in Tokyo and the same humidity; this means that we are sweating even more on our site seeing trips.
The 6 million (really 6 million) vending-machines with cold bottles of water is a lifesaver several times during the days. I drink 4-6 half liters bottles before 18 o’clock each day.
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... early in the morning to be drinking whisky, in fact I was surprised at how busy the museum was. We met a lovely American couple currently living Sydney and listening to their travel stories it was clear to see they were having a similar experience to our own. Andy and I then headed back on the train to the Bamboo groves located north west of the city. Again the ease with which the public transport works really astounds me, we ...
... at a Ramenya (ramen restaurant). In Japanese, you can add the suffix "ya" to the end of a commodity to designate the shop that sells it. I had a miso ramen with pork and little bamboo shoots and green onions. It was very tasty, and well balanced. I was afraid the miso might overpower the other flavors in the soup, but all of the flavors came together nicely, and it was just the right amount of salty. We also had some delicious gyoza, which are little ...