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... the entryway. My understanding is that dancing is seen as leading to more nefarious activities, and is therefore restricted to certain hours. Seems very Footloose to me! We had a really great time at the bar, talking to locals and other travelers. I actually met a Polish girl from Chicago and we had a nice chat about home. We didn’t end up leaving until right near closing time at 5am. We decided to grab some food before the hotel, ...
... Japan, trains often come one after the other, so, for example, if you have an 130 train, and a train stops on your platform at 125, it could very well be the wrong one. This is what we did!
We saw a train that was bound for Kyoto dubbed a "Super" train. So we hopped not wanting to wait an additional half an hour for the next one. Once we started ...
... don't think I will bother with the ice tea again. Now to trudge the 50kg of suitcases up the road to the train station. We did a recon before and the best way is straight up the road. It is now 30C and very humid, by the time we got to the train station I was saturated. It is about 80 minutes from Shinjuku to Narita Airport, 75% was through built up areas such as Cities, suburbs etc. It is only the last 15 or so minutes it changes to paddy fields. About half way to Narita it ...
... to Ueno Park, especially if you can get there during cherry blossom season - it's really beautiful. Go to the zoo and the Tokyo National Museum while you're there, too. 6) If you're going to be going to more than one place (and back) in a day, get a day tube pass for the Toei and Metro lines (they're both the tube, but owned by different Companies). It's really worth it-you will walk miles anyway! The pass is Y1000 (£7) and there is a little button ...
... of the week we were there.
On the Sat, we went to Yoyogi park with Sandra for Hanami under the trees. Unfortunately it really was the coldest day of the trip, and really windy. So we lasted while Elliot slept but in the end had to head out to Harajuku to get out of the cold.
You have to give it to Tokyo for being a very funky, diverse city. Where going from one scene to the next in a block, from cute street level restaurants to massive high rise neon ...
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