Funabashi City Hotel
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... is gorgeous, I'm definitely a convert to more marbled beef, I don't know were I'll be able to buy it when I get home but I'll definitely be giving this type of cooking a try. Half way through Jill gets a refill of her drink and being a helpful bloke move the hotplate out of the way. AAAAAARRRGGHHHH! It's called a hot plate for a reason and not just because it's a plate. My fingers are burning and blisters are coming up already. I spend the next half our ...
... Tokyo. It was initially built for defensive purposes in the 1850s, dramatically expanded during the late 20th century as a seaport district, and has developed since the 1990s as a major commercial, residential and leisure area...( with no swimming allowed!)
Odaiba, along with Minato Mirai 21 in Yokohama, are two of the only places in the Greater Tokyo Metropolitan area where the seashore is accessible, and not blocked ...
... that says LNG on it! It was quite odd, mostly aimed at kids and was 95% in Japanese, but I did get some funny photos and it did have a roof garden with some decent views across the bay, so it was still a worthwhile side trip. Shortly after that we gave up walking and jumped on what was essentially Tokyo's answer to the DLR. We were glad we did, because it took a loop through the Bay Area and gave us a whistle stop your around some of the weird and wonderful architecture. It ...
... crispy omelettes, sausage stuffing balls and rolled, pressed and sliced crabsticks (we think!)... After lunch it was off to Asakusa. This is the site of both a Buddhist Temple (very flamboyant) and a Shinto shrine (plain and modest). But worst of all I think every tourist in Japan was there. So we left as quickly as we could. And onto the ship. Regent Seven Seas Voyager, home sweet home for the next 16 ...
Good morning! Hard to imagine that we left our house, bound for Detroit, at 5am Wednesday, and now here we are, the first morning in our Tokyo apartment, at 7am on Friday. Getting here took a lot of work, partly due to two snafus on the part of American Airlines (one minor, the other resulting in 3 hours sitting on the plane in Dallas/Ft. Worth, waiting for the problem of too much ...
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