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... liquor store a few doors down! You give him the money and tell him what you want and he comes back with your bottle of wine in our case, your change and the receipt!
Katie and I are glad to be in the city instead of commuting for the rest of our stay, and we're very happy to have Ken joining us! He says he probably won't be into seeing the same things as we are, but we'll figure it out!
23,234 steps today equaling 10.67 miles!
... the passing parade. About 45 minutes before the scheduled time of departure (it says you should be there 30 minutes prior in the documentation), we went through the usual airport procedure (ticket check, passport check, customs, luggage ex ray, etc). Luggage is restricted to one large and one small piece per passenger and you need to lift your cases up onto the train and lift them into storage racks, so not easy for women or the elderly. Luckily I do ...
... to get to Osaka Itami airport. We arrived and checked in our bags. Within 40 minutes we were on the plane and out of Osaka. We flew with ANA. The plane was really old fashioned. The journey took about an hour. About three quarters of the way in the hostess told us to look out the left windows for views of Mt Fuji. She was beautiful today with loads of ice on the top. Such an amazing sight. We looked over our photos from our trip on the way on the iPad. We have ...
... Yeah, talk about running...I don't think I even had my socks on when I ran out the door. And ran all the way to the station.
How to get Lisa to excersise...let her sleep.
In saying that, guess who walked onto the floor ready for service at 11:59? Oh yeah, that was me too.
I'm so classy.
... for the train back to London. The diesel power train whisked through the English countryside at 80 miles an hour. From the Marylbone Station we were able to change to the underground and back on the Bakerloo line to Joan's lovely flat. It fascinates me we often found ourselves with trains, platforms and passages all completely full of people and the trains running at two minute intervals. Yet today we found ourselves alone on a platform hundreds feet long waiting for the train. Good ...