Via Inn Kyoto Shijo Muromachi
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5. Find out what a queue is for before joining it
Kyoto was strangely quiet on Saturday morning. I was wondering where everyone was until I reached Shimogamo. Here I joined what might be the longest queue I've ever been in, stretching for about half a kilometre. I exaggerate not. Yet I didn't know what exactly I was queuing for....presumably something to ...
I took the Shinkansen (bullet train!) to Kyoto to meet my folks at the end of their 28 day cruise (yes 28 days!!) They had started in Singapore and travelled from there to Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, China, South Korea and finally Japan!! What a fantastic trip.....better start saving Kevin ;) !!! I was very excited to see them as I obviously hadn't seen them since February. It felt a ...
... the package but you have no idea what time your train is going to leave until you get the tickets 2 days before your departure. I am lucky because my train did not leave until 9 a.m. and I had plenty of time for my driver to get me to Tokyo Station. We have a package here at the hotel I am staying at and we get tickets for a driver, I had enough tickets extra to be driven to Tokyo so that was cool. I would take the bus back to the Hotel on Saturday which is ...
... Apparently most Japanese floow both Shinto and Buddhism; the SHinto takes care of the happy events;birth, marriage, special birthdays. Buddhism kicks in for the more difficult apsects like death.
... so many times I was literally putting all my weight to get the stroller to push through as we tried to get to the gate on time. In the end, we were the last to show up, but better on time than never.
The outdoors area was nice. There are a lot of empty spaces between the buildings because many were removed to reduce the fire hazard during ...