Station Ryokan Seiki
How has this ryokan rated in the past?
Photos of Station Ryokan Seiki
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Station Ryokan Seiki Kyoto
Travel Blogs from Kyoto
... for their time, I guess. As I left I heard one of the girls run after me and shout "excuse me". Happily I turned around awaiting an answer for my simple question. All I got was "photo?" I slapped her in her face and made my way underground.
I found myself at 16:24 running off the bus and heading for the green gardens of Ryoanji together with Rachel a pommy I encountered on the bus. We dashed to the gardens made it in a minute before closing time ...
... outside of which is the model of the boy having his shorts tugged by a dog - see the photos) we went to an Irish bar that had an open mic night. This was a good craic, there was a banjo/violin combo playing bluegrass, a guy rocking out on a Japanese traditional 3 stringed guitar type thing, and a keyboardist playing some weird pyschodelic music. as with all live music, it made me miss rocking out with my ...
... white map at the hotel as we left. While it gave us a sense of direction, it was
otherwise useless. It made reference to
different colors of subway lines, but being in black & white, didn’t
help. Most streets went unnamed and it
forgot to list several subway stations.
It looked like a map someone had done from memory. We navigated the dark side streets and with
only making a few wrong turns, we found the hotel and called it a ...
... and it really summed up our trip to Kyoto perfectly. After visiting Ginkakuji/Zen garden, we took a slow and pleasant walk back along the same route to get the train. John got off at an earlier stop to go back to the Manga Museum gift shop (to buy “Hello Kitty’s Guide To Japan; In Japanese and English”. Obviously.) while Helen went back to the hostel to sort some washing out. That night we walked to Kyoto Station to catch another night bus to our next ...
... and attempting to talk about whats going on! Lol! I officially think trains are the best way to travel.
I might just spend a couple of days riding the bullet train around japan with no particular destination! It's effectively free for me at this point.
12:24 Ha! We've arrived in Osaka! This is where I'm coming tomorrow. It only took 15 mins! I think I'm really going to try and come and live here for a while. I love the Japanese language, the ...