Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kawasaki
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... tiny school and shared a lot of the same friends. Missed memories in my opinion. But, what can you do. She was a year older than me and what finally brought us together was soccer. The football of our small town.The sport that everyone lived for. We played year round, indoor, summer leagues, high school, we refereed; you name it we did it. We were also lifeguards together which encompassed countless hours of getting tan and hanging out. When our coach paired us together for her ...
... only" detection technology.
The smelling station was interesting. Three little canisters on the counter: one with deodorant smell, one with feces smell, and one with both. The pie graph on the wall showed that a tiny fraction was the poo smell while the majority was the deodorizing smell, but you could still smell the poo in the fragrance...I ass-ume. Daniel was the only one brave enough to try.
Then it was time to get ...
Good bye Tokyo! It was fun, but it's time for mee to go. But before we go... Just two thing that I just HAD to do! Number one: get up early to go to the fishmarket. Get some of the freshest sushi in the world there. From the friendly people from Signapore I heard that finding a place without standing in line for hours is pretty hard... Some lines go around the block and people start lining up at 5-6 in the morning... Wow. Luckely we went at 8 and found a ...
... and interactive models We made our way out and towards the museum of For dinner that night we headed to Outback Steakhouse Shi****wa which was recommended by Jordan's boss and it was obvious why he enjoyed it so much. The steakhouse had an Australian theme - the walls were covered in boomerangs and iconic Australian views, the menu provided meals and cocktails with Australian names or named after Australian locations and the toilets were labeled as Sheila's and Blokes. We ordered ...
... level down. Honestly, Shigeki's suggestion of Shinagawa station was more practical.
We had no problems checking in as I had already done that the night before. Again, we queue jumped on to the business class check in line as it was also the online check in line. I couldn't print the boarding passes as we were in the hotel but had downloaded it onto the iPad. Aah, technology these days. We couldn't change our seats but that was OK as we were in the middle block and had one ...