Dormy Inn Express Asakusa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to listen to and so many stories to share on trips. The wonderful people we've met, the beautiful sights we've seen, and the great feelings we've experienced are all things my family will cherish forever. And next stop for my summer -- China on the 19th!
... morning but didn't feel it. I am sleeping like a log after all the walking.
Been great weather up until today. Now its raining and quite cold ( 15 degrees).
I was going to buy Hannah a new pet dog in Ginza but decided against it when I saw the price. $6000 for a toy poodle!!!! A birthday cake for it was $100 so she didn't get that either. Anyway I couldn't have cared for it for 5 months anyhow, or carried the cake so the price wasn't the only ...
... and surrounded by food places and shops. A couple of blocks away there's a Ueno Park with a zoo and number of museums. I checked out the National Museum of Nature and Science which is well done but the signs are in Japanese so an audio guide may have been a good idea. There's only so much museum time I can take though so I checked out the Yanaka area just north of the ...
... early didn't pay. The stores didn't open until 11am. So back to my hotel I went. I referenced some trip notes from my friend Dan and his Japanese wife and decided to get on the subway and head over to Shibuya. Also another shopping area, this is also famous for its large bright and colourful signage. The main intersection is often seen in pictures and movies. Some window shopping and lunch then back to the hotel. (today was ...
... but you get the point.) I decided to watch it. Next: an hour long documentary about some guy that is discovering life in underwater volcanoes... I just can't. I turn it off and find the country music station, which is playing the strangest array of country music... but it's country, so I'm happy. To my very pleasant surprise, Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" starts playing. I immediately turn it way up and start lip-syncing along. Happy ...