Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto
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... the hoards of temple visiting tourists, we arrive at Kinkaku-ji the Golden Pavilion dating back to the 14th century set in a harmonious garden landscape. Although we are now templed-out the grace and beauty of this structure (which is totally covered in gold leaf and topped with a golden phoenix) takes our breath away. Even more so when learning this is in-fact an exact replica - the original was destroyed by arson in 1950. What drives a person to do ...
... upscale shopping area on the Main Street, while down the side roads are many small little restaurants. We ended up at a restaurant in a basement that felt almost medeviel. The food was very tasty, and the waiter really had fun with us. I was thinking of going to the Onsen, or bath house after, but I figure I have sweated enough for one day. My bike ride https://www.strava.com/activities/81399 ...
... handy work. It's Japan's fast food and there's plenty of slurping and scoffing going on. There's a bowl of raw eggs at the table along with Soy Sauce and some very sweet red fruits. After the bowl of pork belly noodles arrive, a raw egg should be cracked into the bowl and mixed with the meat broth to compete the flavour. Sharon doesn't do raw, so opted for the cooked seasoned egg instead. Rice & Gyoza provide a nice side dish. Day 2 in Kyoto brings more ...
... started flooding, and where before the roof was sheltering us, the driving rain wad getting further and further into the hall. There was only thing to do, following our neighbours lead we spun around and climbed under the building, bent over, resting on its foundations. Here we spent the next HOUR while the thunder and lightening continued....we were even joined by grasshoppers sheltering from the rain! I guess not many people can say they have hidden under a ...
... We didn't purchase them at that point, because we would have had to carry them through the temples we were heading towards, and we didn't know at that stage how far we were going to go.
We arrived at the end of Shijo-Dori, to Yasaka shrine, so decided to being our exploration there. Nice enough, but unremarkable. I'm finding an annoyance on this trip that I didn't notice last time. There are some very picturesque areas inside these temple ...