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... to a group of Americans from Missouri. Thane, Drew, and Troy Kifer were on a similar journey to us and we sat and chatted with them for a time while the cats lounged in our vicinity.
This type of place is not for me, that much was obvious to me very quickly. I gather it’s aimed at people who aren’t allowed or can’t afford to own cats, and they come along and play with the cats. Reena was absolutely beaming, and could have spent the rest of the week there.
... to Fujinomiya which is about 2 hours away when there is no traffic. Unfortunately, due to the Japanese holiday, traffic volumes where higher than normal.
We made a short pit stop at Costo in Chiba, it was interesting to go to one in another country. Lots of stuff was the same as home but they also had lots that we don't have. The sushi there was SUPERB!!! For $22 we got 2 large trays of sushi, enough to feed 5 people!!!
... tell, it just all happens automatically, and grow ups take it very seriously! We went into one, and it was so loud! Worse was that they smoke inside and we didn't really know what was going on, but we had a go anyway- that was a good way to waste money! After that, we went for some food, which you ordered on a kind of vending machine outside the restaurant, which printed your tickets, you go in and hand the chef the ticket and they would make your food- simple! The next day we ...
... the subway kind of event. We saw one of the more famous spots around the Nijubashi Bridge and we did it before the rain set in, so we were lucky in those regards.
Once we got our luggage we headed off to the airport on our last train ride together. We got Betsy checked-in and had lunch before she headed through security and back home to the U.S. There were some tears as we departed but they were happy tears because I had such a good time. It was such a relaxing vacation and ...
... to Roppongi Hills, where we explored the large modern and expensive mall complex, designed as a mini city with offices, cinemas, food, shops and art. Jen enjoyed picking out asian styled outfits for Tom to try at Zara. Finally we took the metro back to base and dropped into a local restaurant for a good dinner of crab omelette and veg stir fry, with dumplings. Stayed at Chisun Inn Asakusa, Tokyo [T&J Rating: ...