RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka
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Fabulous place to stay ! Extremely customer friendly staff & great location !!
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... Kyoto, I had visions of as an ancient city of things wonderful, and it is ,in pockets ,but every tiny space occupied, first was the Golden Pavilion, which is covered in gold leaf, so crowded you could not move, but a smaller than imagined Pavilion, and some lovely vistas and many , many, school children, I must say smiling and polite ,and once we had walked the circuit, we had such a ...
... and alerts – much
nicer than the harsher British beeps. (although we do miss the 'Mind
the Gap' lady)
Brimming with confidence at our success thus far, we went off-piste with our
journey and alighted the train earlier than planned to save a few
After a bit of map-squinting and only a few wrong turns, we managed to find
our way to our hostel and, to our ...
... you are supposed to touch one, close your eyes and try and navigate to the other before opening them again and if you can manage this task then you will supposedly find love. Now, despite the stones being in a straight path from one another and about 15 feet apart many people seemed to struggle without assistance, and even when they did have assistance they seemed very unsure about it all. It was rather entertaining for us to watch a young school boy being helped to the stone by ...
... a cute street coined Teapot Lane which sells Kyoto handicrafts and souvenirs. The main hall of the temple has a wooden terrace that juts out from the hill on massive pillars. It is located in a forested area and provided a nice view of Kyoto. Surrounded by several other small shrines, one provided a challenge for those looking for love. If you were able to close your eyes and successfully walk between two stones set about 15 feet apart then you will find your ...
... Deer park, who are free to wonder all over the place, in the streets, shops and even in your pockets (as I experienced) trying to get food. Deer are Gods to the Japanese, so me shooing them and telling them to go away was not the best moment haha...
At this festival the locals compete in throwing rice crackers down part of the Hill and the Deer eat the crackers, the idea is to see how far you can throw them and also getting to feed the Deer. As ...