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Tour of Kyoto, Japan

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Well, good morning everyone. My name is Craig Stone, and I'll be your guide for today's tour of Kyoto. First, I want to go over the (1) for the tour, so everyone can enjoy the trip without being worried about being left behind along the way. And no one has gotten lost so far.

First of all, we'll be leaving at 9:15 outside the main train station exit. That's in thirty minutes. Be sure to (2) the bus by 9:00 sharp.

We'll be visiting some of the most famous (3) spots in Kyoto. Our first stop will be at the Golden Pavilion, a temple constructed in 1397. We'll be leaving there at 10:30. You'll have about forty-five minutes to (4) around the temple and its gardens.

Our next (5) will be Ryoanji Temple. That's always a difficult one to (6). This temple is famous for its beautiful rock garden. We'll (7) from the temple at 11:45.

Next, we'll have lunch from 12:00 to 12:45.

In the afternoon, we'll be making a (8) stop at Heian Jingu Shrine, which was constructed in 1895 to (9) the 1,100th anniversary of the founding of the city of Kyoto.

After that, we'll head downtown and stop in Gion. Many people asked me about different traditional shopping areas, and this is a place we don't want to miss. You'll have about an hour to look around, and I'm sure you'll enjoy the (10) of the entire area. The shops, the homes, and the restaurants. A very traditional flavor of Kyoto. We'll be leaving Gion at 2:30.

Finally, we'll visit Nijojo Castle, which was the residence of the first Tokugawa Shogun. You'll have about an hour to tour the castle, and we'll meet at the bus at 4:00.

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