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... it must have been beautiful because the watchtowers alone are beautiful. The weather was also freezing by this point, although not raining, the wind was very chilly! We then drove further across Tokyo to the Senso-Ji Temple. This one is a Buddist temple. There were a lot more people here and a lot more market type stalls around it. It was also much bigger and with no garden surrounding it. We decided to head down to the markets stalls first and work our way back up to the temple ...
... They are scheduled to have a 3km tunnel there at some moment. In any case the pictures look nice, but not as interesting as the profile of the road, attached... :)
... and doing.
Meiji Shrine was very impressive. It was a huge shrine and you weren't allowed to take pictures. There was a prayer wall where you would write down your prayer and the next morning they would pray for you. Of course, Michelle and I participated in writing down a prayer of our own.
We went to Shibuya Crossing during the rush hour when everyone got off work. The amount of people at the Shibuya Crossing out the train station ...
... the area golden kai. There r lots of tiny bars everywhere quite interesting. Got 600yen for all u can drink for 1 hour n got some food Pretty fun night catching up. Got quite drunk. Had some avocado with some sorta jelly which was good. There was fried sting ray n some octopus n squid stuff that was good. Hard to check in at places in Japan coz they r all in japanese. Refer to Facebook when mark checked us all in Good ...
Who: Me and my new found traveling buddy Wade. What: Check more of the city out. When: Feb. 2 and 3 Where: Shinjuku, Shibuya, Shimbashi Why: That's what you do How: Walking and Subway After a nap that turned into sleeping through the night, I woke up and showered to take on the day. At the hostel you get free towels but it costed 100 yen ($1 = 92 yen) for a 10 minute shower, compared to free shower but 100 yen for a towel at the last hostel. Nevertheless, it was refreshing. I ...