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... br> We then moved on to Tosho-gu. Feeling a bit stung by the steep admission price and not particularly impressed with the value received at Rinno-ji, initially we were thinking of passing on the $13 fee to enter this complex. Wow are we glad that we decided to overcome our cheapness and pony up for the price of admission -- this place was utterly fabulous!
All stops were pulled when building this place -- supposedly for the grandfather of the ...
... touristy waterfall, what the i keep going get to the last and biggest waterfall it's now round 4.30 the mist is coming in. I wonder around to find the waterfall that is covered in mist really can't see a thing walk down to the look out the mist parts for five minutes to see the amazing falls. Now very tired and satisfied head back down the very steep road back to the hotel, to be told that my room is up the road I'm tired and cranky I need to eat and sleep. All this becomes a ...
... sit up in the foyer the only place where there was free wifi. All that sounded too hard. I gave up and went with the flow, I now started to investigate what was on offer for dinner it was all you can eat. There was so much to choose from and all was fantastic, the best tempura, not to mention so many other goodies I made a real pig of myself. Went upstairs t my lovely room with amazing views up the ...
... there is a large rock called the Kodane stone. It is said that if you touch the stone it will bring on child birth. I noticed that there is a fence around the stone, no doubt to protect the young women of Japan from immaculate conception. It didn't stop Georgie from leaning over the fence and touching the stone. I guess I'd better start saving for grand-fatherhood. On the way back down Georgie said she thought she might be getting some morning sickness. The path took a turn to ...
... They were very good and so excited to have a chance to speak to some real live English speakers. We squeezed onto the funicular with our backpacks and bags and then lugged them up to the ropeway where we were able to get a gondola with just one other family so we could leave our bags sprawled about the place. Lugging the bags around was a hassle, but it made so much sense to me to take them with us rather than having to backtrack to the hotel to get them. As we ...
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