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Travel Blogs from Akishima
... Beijing to Bangkok
Arrive at Hotel - Royal Orchid Sheraton
Ferry to Grand Palace
Rub Aroon Café
Tha Tien Pier
Waste time until sunset
Wat Arun -photo of sunset
Take Shuttle boat back to Hotel
Rest at hotel
Eat at nearby street vendor
Siam Paragon Mall
... There were paintings, scrolls, swords, armour, Kimono and so many other historical Japanese items that it was hard to even believe how they managed to keep some of the items on display in such good shape considering some of them were over 500 years old. We walked around the museum for at least 1 and a half to 2 hours and since it was still early headed for the zoo. The zoo had so many different animals in it. There was tigers, lions, polar bears, otters, zebras, hippos, ...
... the train during stops momentarily to answer the call.
However respectful the people were noise-wise, space-wise, people didn't seem to care. There wasn't much room on the train, so everyone's arms touched when sitting next to each other and people had to push lightly past others to get in or out of the train. This lack of personal space seemed to make people respectful towards one another in regards to the surprisingly small ...
... like McDs is a financial backer of this place!), a little garden with orange trees, and a great view of Tokyo Tower.
Nadia seemed really excited about her new school and thought our visit was too short. She wanted to stay and play, and I don't think she realized at that moment this was going to be her school, but it seemed she thought it was another play place like the Kids Hall, and so she didn't understand why we were not ...
... night we managed to catch a glimpse of the iconic Mount Fuji in the distance. After a train ride and a 20 minute walk we were standing in Mitaka outside the magnificent building that houses the Ghibli Museum. Designed by Hayao Miyazaki himself, the museum opened in 2001, consists of themes from Ghibli studio movies and is designed in such a way that it is almost maze-like. There is no pre-set route to follow, you are supposed to just go in and explore. And so we did. ...