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... it is constantly rotating, so that your view of the city is constantly changing. It takes fifty minutes or so to completely rotate, and the added challenge of finding your table when returning from the restroom adds a bit of variety to a lunchtime stop. We bookended our day with visits to the Capitol Hill district where we had locally roasted coffee in the morning and locally brewed beer in the evening. We fly back tomorrow, and it feels like this mini USA adventure is ending all too ...
... Gap and then off to Old Navy to get a few things while spending a bit of time hanging in the adjacent Westlake Park. The vibe here in Seattle is very relaxed and fun to see what’s happening. We stopped to watch a group of men playing outdoor chess.
Tonight we are excited to meet Rob and Michelle from Seattle who Rosie connected with through a pen pal app called Wander. Dinner this evening was at the RN74 in downtown ...
... kiosk that asks the same questions and prints out a receipt. The agent took our receipt and welcomed us home with hardly a second glance. We dropped our bags off at "recheck" bound for Seattle and headed off in search of an Admirals Club for our final layover glad noone knew we had seashells, a leaf, penguin feathers, rocks and other sundry illegal stuff ;-)
We were still having trouble adjusting to being around ...
... back to their house is setagaya, seijogakuen mae which is a beautiful neighborhood on the outskirts of shinjiku. We were a little tired, I won't lie. They had made up a beautiful room for us in their tatami room where we slept on futons on the bamboo woven floors. Well we need to sleep as we are feeling the affects of being up 24 hours so are off to bed, but have a 6:30 am wake up call planned for the morning since we are flying I their plane tomorrow morning over ...
... cafes and bars.
Knight inn - $75 a night - Convenient motel close to train line and airport (30min from city)
Meals: $1 - $3 (supermarket food)
Transport: $2.50 train ticket to city center.
Average Daily Spend per person: $65
Transport there for both of us: $45 (bus)
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $300
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