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... and was exhausted by the time we landed (2 am Austin time). Narita airport, while the major international airport serving Tokyo, is not in the city, but rather about 1.5 hours away. By the time I arrived to my hotel, it was 6:30 pm, and I skipped dinner and went right to ...
It was early in the morning when we were off to go to a futuristic museum. But to get there we went on the subway. The subway was making a lot of big screeches. We finally got to the stop and got off. We went up and them hopped onto the Monorail (flying train). The monorail was really cool because we were going round the buildings in the air. The views were absolutely amazing. It took around about 20 minutes. When we got off the person told us that the Futuristic museum was closed so ...
Getting ready to go, and happy with the outfit! We had a lot of advice on what to wear this week so I did the best shopping I could at the last minute and hope this middle ground dress is acceptable!
So as luck would have it the Dentsu building is right next to our hotel. We kept looking at the building and thinking it was very cool looking, so who knew that would be where we spent ...
... park's mascot was called Duffy the Bear, and he was everywhere. The park patrons were firm believers in buying park merchandise. Matt and I were one of the few patrons who weren't wearing Disney shirts, sunglasses, these weird little towel things, or a Duffy purse.
Buying food was an adventure and Diet Cokes (my addiction as my friends know) were nowhere to be found. I bought some kind of fermented wheat no calorie ...
... was accompanied by some terrible food.
I have to say, I loved the city, and definitely plan on going back at some point in my life. What was impressive was everybody`s unfailing respect for the rules, and the feeling that by following them, you were making everyone`s (including your own) life easier. This went from not littering, to not jumping queues, to not smoking on the street, to not going the wrong way up or down stairs. On ...