Kyoto Happy time

This is our last full day in Kyoto, we must therefore magner to visit maximum places and back to Shanghai with images in their eyes.

English: Panorama of the Golden Temple at Amri...

English: Panorama of the Golden Temple at Amritsar. Also known as Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The first morning tour is the palace of silver once again the owner had recommended. We had a few words about this gibberish temple we did pretend to have understood. Bein might have done better to really understand, because after paying our entrance is noticing that the famous temple was still under renovation. Fortunately for us, we were able to visit the garden around the building (even more beautiful than the Golden Temple).
Then we walk around that are surrounded by a beautiful forest and stream. We ascend it for more than half an hour which brings us to the door of yet another temple (prevents the door is really nice). We continue our momentum and visit the neighborhood and there, as if by magic, we stumbled upon the remains of a Roman viaduct (but what could it fuck that??). Well, we begin to have flush cap temples and feudal life, it is time to return to modern life. We decide to return to the city center.

English: The Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) a...

English: The Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) at night. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Having swallowed a hamburger rice (yes you read right, the bread is replaced by rice) rather original, we leave to hunt geishas. Lucky this time is with us, we perceive a full photo shoot (surely postcards or something like that). Our presence seems to bother her, so we stop the strafing of our cameras. We continue our walk a little further in the area and this time we are back on a Geisha in a park. This is good, she agrees to take some pictures with us. Thank you madam!

Pleased with our picture, we retrace our steps to the mall, and the passage we meet a granny trying to walk his pet: a fat pig full of hair. She hung out more than it walked. Incredible but true. We then come to the gallery, it turns out it was much bigger than we imagined. So big that got lost repeatedly. Whenever we désorientons we find new facets of this gallery with a certain number of beautiful contemporary homes.
Moreover, the fish market is by itself a wing of the gallery. There are all sorts of species, most were unknown to me, and in any case I would not have tasted (some were just too space).

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