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... the hotel for a bit before venturing out into Shinjuku again for dinner. Chris had pointed out some side streets earlier in the day, and we ended up finding loads of restaurants, bars and shops in a surprisingly large district near our hotel! A waitress called us over from a restaurant entrance, and we went into a restaurant with lots of private booths. It was the kind of restaurant where you order lots of different little ...
... 5-tiered pagoda that was destroyed in WWII, but It has been restored since.
I saw the Asakusa Shrine. It was built in 1649 and is work of art. It was a busy day and time to once again utilize the train system back to central Tokyo.
I am not sure if I have mentioned it yet, but the doors open to public places by touching the handle. They almost always slide open. They don't just automatically open when you approach like in the States.
... to have our first meal out at there or McDonalds) and then bought a few things in UniQlo and Muji. All in all a pretty easy day, as tomorrow might be a strenuous one so we didn't want to over do it. So another late afternoon/early evening spent in the executive lounge, I've partaken in a cocktail today, and a mighty fine piña colada it is ...
... we were buckled in for our second ride of the day. Unfortunately we weren't proving to be having quite a good track rate of good rides. Indiana Jones was a bit like a car ride with an L plate driver - slightly jolty and at times you were surprised but overall you felt underwhelmed. At this Nat was determined to get me on a roller coaster! There was one that we kept seeing but couldn't find the entrance and one that had a 90 minute wait. We had decided that we'd only line up in ...
... Who would complain?
I've been to places where I didn't know the language before. I think specifically of Malaysia where the language is incomprehensible, but they share our alphabet, so it didn't take long for me to figure out what to order and how to order it. By the end there, I was always relatively confident that what came out of the kitchen would be what I was expecting. In Japan? Once. All of once in a sushi restaurant that had a detailed English menu.
So in ...
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