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Travel Blogs from Kumagaya
... the biggest Ferris wheels in the world. To get to the amusement park you had to go through a Toyota sales centre where they had a band playing and you could try sit in the cars..well cool! The night when we were suppose to have dinner and go to a karaoke bar..we ended up going to dinner at an Japanese/ Italian restaurant after 40 min walk in the rain trying to search for the karaoke bar. My umbrella turned inside out and broke ...
... They got so excited u would think we were in Japan!;) Friday we went around a huge shopping centre in Ikeburkuro called sunshine 60 and it's the 4th tallest building in Tokyo. After some window shopping we went up to the observatory deck which was 60 floors up and 251 meters above sea level. Pretty cool to look down from the panoramic windows..while we were there it started snowing like crazy and it was really pretty seeing it ...
... 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.
... the mayor.
Yesterday was a beautiful day, and I took a walk along a little river that runs through Mitaka, the Senkawa. I left home at four o'clock, just as the sun was starting to go down, and the air was warm and just a little hazy. I love that time of day, and I especially love Tokyo at that time of day. When the sun starts to go down, a city that I love but don't find pretty is beautiful, soft and glowing around ...