Sparkling Dolphins Inn Kyoto
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... to take off one shoe and walk through the water to return from his far off rocks instead of risking the chance for falling by jumping back. We continues on finding a family of ducklings, a crane fishing for dinner, and some giant fish swimming upstream going over waterfalls. Tired from our excursion, we headed back to drop off our bikes.
During our bike ride, we had noticed a number of restaurants that had outdoor patios overlooking the canal. We found ...
... and Mum was suitably impressed. We grabbed another taxi that dropped us at the bottom of the hill near Kiyomizu Temple. We took the little-known route through the cemetery which had thousands of gravestones on the side of the mountain. Apart from one other couple, there was no-one else there. It is an amazing place and one of my favourites. I loved being back there. We got to the temple and the contrast was incredible! There were thousands ...
... the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, being the only person with a camera, I was the Photo Master, responsible for documenting our trip through the lens of my Lumix TZ40.
Shrines, Temples and Ramen
With over 2000 shrines and temples in Kyoto, deciding what to do and see was not an easy task. With 2 full days left in Kyoto, we decided to cover the major attractions on the east side of ...
... we ate. There were plenty of leftovers, so we sent those home with Makoto as we said thank you and we returned to the hotel for some rest before heading out Thursday.
Because our hotel was right at the train station, it was very convenient to make many day trips and we used the opportunity to take one of the fastest trains down to Hiroshima and back. Like the other stops on the Russell family tour, we had visited here on our previous trip to Japan but were rushed ...
... on top of the hill. Large veranda set high up among trees next to the lower point where 3 river streams combined, giving people down wishing for luck when drinking the water. After observe the breath taking view, there's cement path horizontally along the hill for about a hundred meters and go down to the ground level. At the temple's departure, we grabbed some dessert specially made there to bring back home.
Not too far riding down hill and few blocks ...