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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Our final morning in the Ryokan started with another stunning breakfast - with most of the dishes fairly similar to the day before, though with a few changes. The strange gloop had been replaced by some natto (the notorious Japanese fermented bean), the dumpling was slightly different and there were two additional side dishes. One dish was a sprinkling of tiny fish on grated radish, whilst the other seemed to be some sort of squid dish. Given all the mystique surrounding natto, ...
... to figure out what type of foods were being sold. There were all sorts of colours, shapes, and textures! I couldn't leave the market without trying something new so I bought a sweet potato food on a stick, it was an odd spongy texture but pretty good. Next i tried what I thought was shrimp tempura, but it was a shrimp wrapped in fish ball. Ugh so gross. I was taken back by the obscurity of the market and forgot to take photos! haha Ill have to go back tomorrow and capture some ...
... didn’t go anywhere near Kyoto station where I needed to catch a train west to Arashiyama. A train rocked up on the platform as I realised this and decided to hop on and wing it. When the train regained motion, I checked google maps to find that the next station was right next to another JR station and a line that went to Kyoto. I switched trains at the next stations and was on my way.
I arrived at Arashiyama after a surprising ...
... 160; If a drink described as "earthy" doesn’t sound like it’s for you, you may find yourself surprised. It’s a very refreshing taste, and although pretty foreign to an American pallet, those who enjoy tea or hoppy beers might just enjoy a glass! Eventually our two hours began to draw to an end, but before it did…bacon. By some divine intervention, a full plate of uncured bacon had been ordered and delivered for our enjoyment. These cuts ...
... and chirped like a little bird, so they call it nightingale floors. It was made that way to protect from assassins and sneak attacks. It was very dark to help preserve the rooms, combine that with the squeaking floors, and it was kind of creepy. As we shuffled along barefoot, we got to see mannequins set up to look like the emperor and his people. We saw some more high school students and they interviewed us again.