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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 ...
... Roller Coaster ride (we did this one out of desperation; the waiting line was the shortest we could find: 40 minutes but ended waiting 70 minutes).
- Alladin's carrousel: Felix rode a gryphon, Sebastien rode a camel, Chantal rode an elephant and Luc rode a horse with diamonds (the cowboy has to come out some times!).
- Jules Verne's Two Thousand Leagues under the Sea where we discovered that aliens harvested crystals and were the real builders of many of the ...
... technological you cannot buy here - and in any variation you could possibly dream up. Isles and isles of headphones - every shape, colour, style and comfort possible - to smartphone covers, or air conditioning units, steam cookers, beauty accessory, tablets, PC components, massage chairs and toilet seats!... If you can think of a vaguely electronic item it will be on sale here in every option possible!
Between the major city districts we visited and the ...
... it is constantly bustling, not with life, but with silent commuters only looking up just often enough to avoid crashing into each other: those glazed, empty eyes seem to be everywhere. I've seen men vomiting in the street here (it's not just England) and being carried away by their co-workers. People don't unwind, they explode, and all because they listened to the promises of those banging the drums.
So it's not an "I love Japan" conclusion. After ...
... as bullet trains. The flat-nosed trains (like a Virgin Pendolino has been seriously pimped) are ridiculously fast (up to 186 miles per hour). Hiroshima's heart wrenching museum dedicated to the victims of the first ever A-bomb dropped during warfare is a real asset to the city which has all but recovered.
We also stopped off in Nagoya to watch Japan's national sport. Jim (Hat having already watched sumo) struggled to see the mass appeal of a sport which is ...
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