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... waited for anything. There were two rides in the evening we walk straight up to the front. Mr. Hoya said it was unheard of.
Rides I rode on in no special order. “Journey to the Center of the Earth” (2x), “Indiana Jones: Temple of Crystal Skull”, “Flounder rollercoaster” (for kids), “Aquatopia” (2x, “water” ride with different routes), 20,000 Leagues under the Sea”,” Raging ...
... buying us dinner at TGI Friday for breakfast that was just by the subway station. TGI Friday doesn't do breakfast...they have savage steaks!;) Oh you know how you have fishing pond as a fun game at amusement parks..you try to catch a rubber duck and if you get the correct one you can win candy or something..well I just seen the real version of it today..a little boy was fishing but the fish and bait were real!!! Ok time to say ...
... either it was well done or it was only the usual:) Got some kind of soup with it that had a really strange smell I couldn't figure out but in the end when Claudia said horse stable I knew that was the one!!!! I had to try it obviously and yep...horse stable taste in my mouth!!!! But the sushi was brilliant!!!:))) Yesterday evening we went out to check out the nightlife in Tokyo so we ended up in this club called womb in Shibuya ...
... cant have cravings in Saturday, it is pleasurable time.
whatever you want. There 3 policies. 1. Eat three periods this day. 2.
dont take in far too much for every serving. 3. Have three hrs in
Breakfast bake a slice of total grain bread with grated cheese over it.
Lunch a pizza.
Dinner chocolate cake.
eating plan for chaotic people today set some regulations, such as you
have meat ...
... and hearing as though there were a large wad of cotton batting stuffed against my eardrum! Hopefully, this will translate to a pain-free flight to London. I'll be back to my regular (sort of) posting when I get back.
* After typing this, I thought it kind of appropriate, since in Japan four is an unlucky number. I think I mentioned it in another post, but my apartment block has no number fours -- I live in 105, between 103 and 106.