Royal Oak Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Oak Hotel Otsu
This hotel is both great and reasonable. If you visit Otsu, this hotel is an excellent choice. Highly recommended.
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... but I enjoyed looking at the palaces and the Japanese gardens. There was a moat and very high walls and Coe swimming in the moat. At the kiosk we sampled some funny little corn starch balls on sticks covered in gloopy sweet soy sauce and sprinkled with some sweet powder. They were ok but a bit tasteless really. We saw them again later in a grocery store so they must be a tradional Japanese food item. By this stage we thought it was time to ...
... up to some of the shrines tucked away in the mountainside. We wished we had done a bit more research as we discovered a boat ride up the river which looked very picturesque and would've been a nice way to see more of Arashiyama itself.
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Kyoto is so different than Tokyo It's old, where Tokyo is new It's full of awe-inspiring old temples, where Tokyo is all about shiny new malls It's characterized by its traditional neighborhoods, while Tokyo is all about its fashionable districts But in the end, I enjoyed them both equally, if not for the same reasons Some of my favorite Kyoto must-sees: - Kiyomizudera ...
- off to Nijo Castle early
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I judge travel by the density of the memories it creates. The more distinctly I can recall the days, even the specific hours, of a journey, the more satisfied I am to have gone-even when, within reason, the memories are unpleasant or just bizarre. - James Fallows, The Atlantic
Mr. Fallows, I couldn't have said it better myself. On this Monday, life presented me with the most dense collection of memories imaginable. I woke up around 9 AM to the sound of pans clanking ...