If I said to you, it was possible to feel amazingly peaceful while thousands of people wandered around the same place as you, you might think I was crazy. It's true though. The Japanese pavilion at Epcot was incredibly peaceful feeling, and if we had had more time, I would have loved to linger over the gardens and explore the nooks and hidden places most people overlook. It was truly a breathtaking, and peaceful place while I look forward to going back to.
The architecture was impressive, and each detail attended to, even the lines from the rapes in the zen garden.
This last photo I took when my oldest pointed out the hidden Mickey, but it reminds me so much of those leaves floating in a puddle of water that you see in some photographs, and I think this will be a favorite for years to come.
Do you think you would have wanted to stay here awhile, too?
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