Chisun Hotel Hamamatsucho
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... space, there was a field of rice sometimes right within a neighbourhood
Ben stopped at a rest stop about half way into the journey.
But these are not like North American rest stops – these things are massive. At
the end of the parking lanes there are digital LED sreens showing you where
there are available parking stalls. Inside there are huge food courts (I saw at
least 2), an area for shopping (knick knacks and boxed sweeties) and of ...
... would look and sound very different to her. I told her the story of when we moved to Hong Kong both her Dad and Auntie Juli found it quite difficult and how we took it slowly venturing further out each day but by the end of the month they were old hands finding their way around. Her eyes were as large as saucers at the sight of the crowds so I was glad we had had that conversation.She did comment that as busy as it was it was still pretty ...
... stage that we will both wake up in the morning).
Our menu was seven courses. First we had the puffer fish skin which was quite a rubbery texture but tasted okay, then the next two courses were thick and thin puffer fish sashimi. Phil did really well as he is not a believer in eating anything unless it is cooked, but when in Rome, do as the Romans do!
From Wikipedia - Pufferfish are generally believed to be ...
... s nothing much to see in Tokyo in terms of monuments as it's all been knocked down. What there is to see is weird things and crazy looking people. The Alice in Wonderland (in a mini skirt) look is big amongst teen girls. The shops are amazing and filled with things that we've not seen at home. There are over 80,000 restaurants from with features such as robots, vending machines, touchscreen ordering pads and shutes that delver the food! This is what we're going ...
... directly to them and picked them up. I was quite luck that the first three books of the series I wanted were on the shelf as they were sold out of almost every other store I looked at. I ended up buying the manga for Fate Apocrypha (Volumes 1, 2, 3 & 5) and Garden of Sinners (Volumes 1 & 2). Unfortunately they were sold out of Volume 4 of Fate Apocrypha so I had to go on a hunt to find it. I made my way to the other major Anime store "Animate" and ...