First Impressions

It started in this guesthouse, my fondness for Mandalay, where we were greeted with grace and elegance. The tastefully built B&B has three floors of spacious rooms and a dining area on the roof deck. Once owned by the mama, Wyn and wife, Sue, now run the place. With her immaculate English and years of … Continue reading First Impressions

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The Train Station and The Ramen

It is a feast of steel and glass with a concave shape interior that opens to the sky, massive with a 60-mile long atrium and 171 steps of stairs. With a hotel, a shopping mall, a movie theater, a department store, a food court and 2 tourist information centers in one roof, the Kyoto Train … Continue reading The Train Station and The Ramen