I think hotels are one of the enjoyable parts of traveling. It may be a place to sleep, but I think it is also a place to relax and start the day energetically. It is a place to relax in a different place than usual. Hotels also offer such enjoyment. And the service you enjoy there makes you feel a little bit more luxurious than usual.
I have written before about giving up to use the classic editor and moving to blocks notation, but it is still a work in progress as I am steadily working on it day by day. It is taking me a long time because I need to migrate about 750 articles (Now I migrated about 525 articles). I wrote about adjusting the CSS and other to save a lot of labor in the last issue, but there have been more problems since then and it is still taking a long time. The main reasons why it is taking so long are as follows
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When it comes to Kyoto, shrines and temples are one of its most iconic places. On this trip, I went to Tofukuji Temple. I don’t know if it is the location or the history that makes you feel this way, but the sense of time inside the temple is unique. Time is moving, but in a different way. The reason I feel this way is because it is so quiet, and I realize how noisy the usual places are. Kyoto has large, spacious shrines and temples, and the lack of visibility from the outside makes the place feel more independent as a space, which I think creates a unique atmosphere.
Here are the photos of my trip to Kyoto again. Last time I focused on the classical buildings in front of the station, but this time I went to Shijo and Kiyomizu area, which is typical of Kyoto. Unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time to go to Kiyomizu-dera Temple, so we stopped at the entrance.