Hotel Sunroute Kyoto
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convenient .... a bus ride away from the station but between there and the places you want to see .... many restaurants within easy walking distance.
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I successfully managed to navigate and sight see all by myself today. I knew I could do it, even though the thought of solo traveling was daunting since having a partner in crime for the last 4 months. However, I found peace in traveling alone and really enjoyed the serenity that encompasses Japan. I was able to take the take at a calm and relaxed pace; admiring the beauty and taking it all in for me and me alone today. But boy was it a busy day, I managed to see a whole bunch of ...
Kyoto Day Three
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the ...
... took a bus to Nijo castle. The castle was built by the first shogun of Edo period in 1603 as his Kyoto residence and it was built to impress and show power. The sliding doors (fusuma) inside the castle are painted beautifully with scenes of natural world. The floors of the castle are equipped with an ancient security system and will squeak loudly when stepped on, alarming guards (see nightingale floor). ...
... few minutes while waiting for our reservation. For dinner, we made a reservation at a Yakiniku (yah-kee-NEE-koo) restaurant. Yakiniku is very similar to Korean BBQ in that each table has its own grill for you to cook various meats (mostly beef and pork). One innovation of the Yakiniku is that you pay a fixed price, and then eat and drink as much as you want for a set period of time. We had paid for two hours, and we didn’t waste any time. First was a round of ...
... strawberry flavor. The best ice cream I have had since I got to Japan! I think it was soy based. It tasted a lot like strawberry sorbet, one of my favorites. Then we visited a store that sold studio Ghibli merchandise and then we walked home. In the evening I had some takoyaki for the first time. It was quite nice and I will definitely have it ...