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... we had to get a shuttle to our hotel, and the driver was announcing the different stops- in the microphone which was sewn into her glove! Her driving gloves double as a microphone- genius! When we got to the hotel, we checked in and to our unadulterated delight, the toilet was remote controlled! The first thing we did was press all the buttons, which ended up with me getting squirted with water and the bathroom getting soaked! Then we marvelled at all the fancy free toiletries you ...
Went to look for a place for brunch as it was 11am. We saw lots of lines of people lining up to get into different restaurants...one was for a popcorn place. There must have been a hundred people in line!
Found a little hole in the wall place that was downstairs and had omelet rolls with rice and sauce. Tiny place with about 6 tables. Pretty average food with a limited menu but interesting.
Left there and walked over the bridge ...
... humanity that covers the road when the green man appears, people cross from pretty much every direction while enormous screens hawk wares at you fron the department stores around the crossing. I guess the closest analogue in the UK would be Oxford Circus, but this place beats it hands down for the shear volume of people on the move!
After that i headed off to see another landmark in Tokyo, the Tokyo Tower. The Tower is 333 metres high and when you're standing ...
... tough there were many restaurant we had to search for a place to eat, everything was fully booked. I guess you need to accommodate 30 million people in Tokyo and it's surroundings. Children were getting tired and luckily we managed to get a table for four. It probably didn't help that it was Friday. Food was delicious including taste and presentation. Mia was very tired that she fell asleep and people around us ...
After landing at Tokyo Narita, our B738 parks at Satellite 3 of Terminal 1, it looks tiny compared to the adjacent widebody 777s and 747s. The captain invites us inside the cockpit to take a tour and he takes a picture for my sister and myself. I appreciate the captain's hospitality and thank Mark for the opportunity to tour the cockpit.
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