Via Inn Kyoto Shijo Muromachi
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... wasn’t easy to get to though. It would mean sitting in a train for several hours, after which I would have to rent a car and drive for another hour and a half to my final destination. No worries, I told myself, I was looking to rent a car here at some point and simply drive around, and had even organised an international driver’s license so I could, so why not now?
Sleep first, though. Packing and sleeping so that I was ready to get up again at seven and grab as early a train as I ...
... end to a wonderful city and the only real complaint is the transport system which is inadequate and does not make it easy to visit main attractions - of course I decided that we should walk everywhere and I got more than a few cursing glances from Stella by the end of it! Our final night in Tokyo was at the Nikko Narita airport hotel after the return Shinkansen to prepare for our flight to Beijing in the ...
... harder task than we thought because we had to cycle up a big hill with a bike that just has the one gear. We got to the temple in a good time because they were going to be closing shortly. Before going to the main temple we decided to check hot get gardens before hand. They were incredible. Defiantly the best gardens I had seen so far on my Japan travels. I took so many pictures here because everywhere looked amazing. I really enjoyed the big lake which was surrounded my cherry ...
... there are foundations of a five-story keep, destroyed by a fire in 1750. The inner walls contain Honmaru Palace with its garden. Ninomaru Palace, the kitchens, guard house and several gardens are located between the two main rings of fortifications.
The 3300 square meter Ninomaru Palace (二の丸御 3;, Ninomaru Gōten?) consists of five connected separate buildings and is built almost entirely ...
... Gods at the entrance of the restaurants in Kyoto."