APA Hotel Tokyo Itabashi
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I woke up far too early this morning by the continuous rocking of my bed. The windows were chattering hard and being as confused and tired as I was my first thought was that it was really windy today. But no. After a few moments of thinking, the obvious answer was earthquake. The whole ordeal was over in about a minute of watching my lamp swing back and forth in the ceiling. I've been through earthquakes before, but most of them can't ...
... That'll always be a reminder of this stay in Tokyo.
We have one, last temple visit tomorrow and that's the Imperial Palace. Not too a long a visit because we'll flying to Bangkok Tuesday night to continue the trip.
We have received several State Department e-mails on political demonstrations planned for Bangkok and that's ahead of elections on Feb. 2. So, this part of the trip should be most interesting.
... my wet towels) someone was always happy to point me in the right direction. I was officially the only non-Japanese person there - definitely mixing it up with the locals!!! Afterwards I enjoyed a caramel frapaccino from starbucks and meandered my way back to meet Katie at the hotel. In the afternoon we decided to head to Sunshine City for a spot of shopping. Well our aim was to buy some umeschu. At ...
... shaded park and I sat under some trees while Brock and Dan threw the Frisbee for a bit until a police officer told them that that was not allowed in the park, which I was surprised but happy to hear because I was ready to go home and rest.
This brings me to something that I wanted to write about. The people in Japan seem to have standards that everyone follows for the most part. For one, the women all dress up very nice and most wear very high heels ...
... was preseason it was well attended (20,000 at a guess) and the cheer squads from both teams were pumping out the tunes. Got to see a few homers and several splintered bats but I was most impressed with the beer girls running up and down the aisles with kegs on their backs. Full strength beer and you don't even have to leave your seat!
We did manage to find a variety of good eats while in Tokyo. Lunch was ...