Tachikawa Grand Hotel
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... buying two backpacks as well as two jackets. We now had to find room in the bags for all of this. It is no longer just tiny trinkets that we can stuff into nooks and crannies. The spare bag will have to be used.
We returned to Kawasaki by 4pm, lugging our new purchases in the second bag, together with all our other luggage. Dinner was a pizza and lunch had been KFC. It was a Western junk food day for us.
We had arranged for a ...
... any high quality pictures, so what you see is all I can show you. In
November there is a Tim Burton exhibition planned, which I would not have minded
seeing at all. Oh well, can’t have it all now, can we?
The museum was something else. I mean this in a good way, an excellent
way even. The entire exhibition was about connections and relationships.
The first exhibit was a woman sitting at a table with several pieces of
cloth on the far ...
... of bowing and head bobbing going on so clearly these are the big wigs. The band starts to play and it's all happening. Having no idea what it's all about, we move on. From the ship this morning we could see 2 red brick warehouses across the way, from the distance they appeared to be restaurants or maybe residential. We are heading to them to have a look. Surprisingly the are called Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse 1 and Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse 2! They ...
... me and I was just sipping away at each. The rule is 1500 yen for 2 hours of all you can eat, and there was a button on the table you could press and they would show up right away. The servers were so nice, they never once complained. Chris told this story "there's 2 Inuits on a kayaks, they stared a fire on the middle of the boat because they were cold, it burned a hole trough the bottom of the kayak and it sunk, they didn't realize you ...
... avenue of Tokyo with all the big fashion brands represented. And yet as soon as you stray off the main streets into the little alleys as we did trying to find a place big enough to hold all 11 of us, it quickly became apparent that there was more on the menu than food. Pitt st mall and Kings Cross side by side.
Arriving back at the hotel around 9pm I don't think any of us wanted to go to bed, mindful it was our last night as ...