Urban Hotel Kyoto
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... 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 ...
... br> Once I paid the 500 Yen entrance fee, I entered to find a massive diorama of Kyoto with a model train set in and around the town. They hooked me in further with the opportunity to drive a model Shinkansen for even more money. I felt like such a tourist (and a bit of a child too), falling right into the money trap. But how could I possibly pass up and opportunity to drive a model train Shinkansen? The train was even controlled by levers ...
... Roman style seeing the Japanese were influenced by them at some stage so I had been told. We stripped naked, an old Japanese worker doing her thing meters away. Once sliding the door I was reassured that not only would I be the only white, but I would be in for a couple of surprises. The central bath was basically a jacuzzi but made of tiles, surrounding the room were shower heads at about 60 centimeters height forcing everyone to wash themselves sitting ...
... The park hosted 3 of the most enormous ...
Back in Kyoto, we headed to the west side of the city to visit 2 of its most important sites, Kinkaku-ji and Nijo-jo. It started raining already when we got off the train and it just kept picking up as we went along. Stepping inside the Kinkaku-ji area, we almost immediately stood in front of its headline attraction, the Golden Pavilion. A pavilion in the middle of lake completely covered with gold leaf. An impressive sight for sure in its simple opulence.