Urban Hotel Kyoto
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Kyoto
... we got a bit frustrated as everywhere seemed to have a cover charge of at least 1000yen. When we only wanted one possibly two at the most, this seemed a little steep. We were about to bite the bullet and pay a cover charge when we saw a sign for a bar up on the third floor of a building, that wasn't charging a cover charge. As we were halfway up the stairs, we processed the name of the bar - "Lennon Bar". Was this going to be a Beatles themed bar?! If so, Kim was going to ...
... Plus the castle would be a nice spot for photos, which also posed a problem because I want traveling solo. - I couldn't help but laugh out loud throughout the walk and subway ride to the castle at how ridiculous I felt. But the more people that stopped me to chat about my outfit or tell me how beautiful I looked, the more comfortable and confident I felt! - The first person who stopped dead in his tracks was an older Japanese gentle man, who had to ...
... where we are greeted at the stop by our teacher, Taro-san. We also meet Jacques, a fellow traveler taking the class with us, who coincidentally also hails from Montreal. I tell you, you can travel halfway around the world and find home in the most unexpected locations!
Taro leads us to his home, not far from the bus stop, where we meet up with 2 more travelers, Ting and Kaylyn from New Zealand. Taro also introduces us to his ...
... and we had an hour drive to Nara area. I started talking to woman in front of me turns out from San Fran area. It was nice to talk to someone from the states and from California. I then met her sister and brother-in-law Scott, who is a Pediatrician in Okinawa. Scott lived in Charleston for 6 years, so we became instant friends, between the 4 of us it was a great dynamic, turns out Meg is a PT, Jane is aOT,etc. We were ...
... relief that the monkeys totally leave the humans alone, so we could stand in the midst of them taking in the amazing view over Kyoto. By pure luck we had timed our visit for feeding time, suddenly music started blarring and all the monkeys closed in on where we were standing. The staff came out with buckets and started throwing grain and chestnuts on the ground. I quickly caught on that chestnuts are the monkeys favourites, the problem with chestnuts is that they ...