Hotel Unizo Kyoto
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... lotus flowers and surrounded by hundreds of very beautiful irises of all hues. We circled the pond several times and noticed something different each time.
The next discovery is that Japanese mapping could best be described as an approximation. We were unable to find our intended lunch places trying to follow instructions on the guide book. We ended up at the arcade close to the hotel for an experience eating conveyor belt sushi. We then ...
... Site Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto in 1994, including 17 locations in Kyoto and surroundings.
Among the many famous temples, gardens, pavilions, gardens, shrines and palaces, 3 of the most charming include the Gion Geisha District, Kenninji Zen temple, and the Fushimi-Inari-Taisha Shrine.
Gion is the most famous of Kyoto’s geisha districts, East side of the river at the foot of the Yasaka shrine, a great backdrop for ...
... tiredness really means!!
Up side was we got an unexpected tour of Singapore as the Airline put us up in a lovely hotel for a few hours to get some rest. The students did an amazing job and stayed positive throughout. I am so proud of them. :-)).
Our first day in Kyoto we were still recovering from our journey here but still managed to get out and set ourselves up with a transport card, money and a visit to a Japanese supermarket. We also ...
... last night it was dark and couldn’t see where I was going, and as he does we talk and chat about everything and nothing, even though I should actually be paying attention to the route so I can find it again later.
Fast-forward slightly to the point where Amy, Reena and I are reunited and I ask what our plan is for the day. We rush towards our train as we make our way to the Fushimi-Inari shrine. Voted Japan’s 2014 favourite tourist site by Tripadvisor ...
... stroll by a lovely stream and numerous shrines.
We then returned to the hotel for a shower and rest and continued to visit the stunning Fushima shrine in southern Kyoto.
We finished the day with dinner and some food shopping.
At around 1AM we experienced our first earthquake in Japan. A bit scary, but fun! ...