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- Smoking rooms available
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... of walking. "Su-see-ma-sen". Excuse me these grocery cart seats are close to the ground and don't have straps. I can't keep him in. "Su-see-ma-sen". Excuse me that he is pestering your child. He used to have a very active social life. So I've come up with a schedule so we can get into routine and get Will out and about. Monday & Wednesday: playdates and/or exploring new places; Tuesday: activity class for toddlers on base; Thursday: ...
... there was no chewing required. It has ruined all future sushi, the bar has been set too high. After this, the real exploration began. Over the past few days, I have seen so much of what Tokyo has to offer. It's impossible to do it all but I'm very satisfied with how much I managed to see. It's a fascinating place where every hour, your brain is trying to deal with a sensory overload. It does not stop. ...
Today was such a fun day. This morning I woke up at the ********** of dawn to amble my way to the Tsukiji Fish Market. What an adventure that was! We make our way there and visit all of the local shops. The lines for fresh sushi were down the street. Then the fish market actually opened and it was terrifying, I really thought I might have died in that fish market, been filleted, and ...
... and see barriers on the platforms just in front of the tube train doors so that when it's really busy people can't get caught in the moving train - good idea. Also TFL you are amazing, Tokyo has three underground companies and you can't interchange your journeys, also if you don't pay enough never fear, you just go to the fare adjustment office and pay the difference!
Anyway we go to the ...
... stop, and bowed as he said goodbye. I was alone again to fend for myself.
The train felt slightly humid and it was calm. It was such a smooth ride. The passengers, all Japanese save for a gringo sitting in front of me, were smiling and giggling. A grandfather held out his cheerful grandson in his arms and played with him. The babies here are adorable. There were little plastic circles dangling from the cieling, which looked like they could be used more ...