After hiking halfway up a mountain, our feet were again unhappy with us, and we spent the next two days doing very little with ourselves.
On the 22nd, we at least managed to get ourselves out and take a stroll up to Shijō Kawaramachi, the intersection of two of Kyōto's big shopping drags. We didn't accomplish much in the way of shopping, but we did at last find a restaurant that had kitsune soba on the menu. I had been craving it for days.
The following day, we did absolutely nothing. We considered going to a museum, but we didn't even step out of the inn until early evening when we decided we had better obtain some form of real food instead of living off snack foods. We stopped in another small restaurant which we had all to ourselves, I guess because of how early it was for dinner, and had some rice dishes. We went straight back afterwards.
The start of Shijō-dōri is just visible at the far left.