Urban Hotel Kyoto
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Kyoto
... taking so many pictures of the bamboo! I'm sure we annoyed everyone in our group for holding everyone behind, but to me it was worth it. I'll upload a pic so that you can try to understand its beauty! Words do not do justice. I also loved how green and clean this amazing city is. Another favorite memory of mine from Kyoto is when we saw true geisha. My friends and I were trying to find a place to eat when ...
... of force. Certainly the majority of the museum was focused on the effects that the bomb had on the people and city of Hiroshima and regardless of your position on the necessity of the bomb during World War II, it was still very difficult to see.
That night when we made it back to the hotel we were pretty wiped out from a full day of touring so we decided we would check out the dinner options available at our hotel. Since we were staying at a massive Hilton ...
... to get back on the plane to return home.
But, I guess all holidays have to end, and I don't think anyone can accuse us of wasting any time.
With shopping done, and still being full from the huge brunch we had a few hours earlier, we decided that crepes were sufficiently naughty to tide us over till dinner time. We've been to the same crepe place once on every trip to Japan, and it was only after purchasing today that we realised ...
... my glasses kept fogging up. I had to continuously fan my face with my hand fan I bought at the Daiso to keep up with the fogging. Along the path there are little shops and shrines to catch your breath at, I wish the signage was in English so I could read about the real meaning of these break points. I finally got to the top and felt wonderful and wet, haha, it isn't the prettiest picture of me, but it shows I made it. I would say the walk down was much better, not because it ...
... freeway trip than the train trip would cost. We decide at the end of a holiday, that's entirely worth it! We wander lazily through to Kansai International airport for a last spot of shopping and a fond farewell to Japan.