Funabashi City Hotel
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... to the hotel and watched some TV. What a trip! I can't understand a word they are saying, but it's gripping anyway! The soap operas are the best ... they have this weird little thing where they are showing a program and then have several inset screens where people are watching the program with you and commenting on what is going on. It's bizarre. I watched one whole program that appeared to be about a young ...
... Akiko was giving us a running commentary (literally) as she held up her yellow flag with no. 432 on it for us to follow. YounngJoo and i did our own thing and let Akiko lose on the other tourists and when we got back to the bus 5 minutes late, Akiko told us off over the microphone for all to hear. My laughs projected through the bus without a microphone as we pulled out of the carpark and on to The Imperial Palace ...
... are friendly and most seem to have smiles on their face. We would travel at a different time of the year and allow more time for day visits / overnights out of Tokyo, if we come back.
The highlight of our stop in Tokyo has no doubt been catching up with Naomi and her parents. They are a great family and our interaction with Naomi has been so enjoyable. We have tried to convince her she needs a trip to Australia - and we think she may have agreed "but not this year".
If you want to take some souvenirs home after your trip to Tokyo, this is a good place to start. Stalls selling gifts and trinkets such as fans, magnets, chopsticks, etc. are in abundance by the temple. There’s no excuse for going home empty handed.
In general, Asakusa is much quieter than neighbouring areas and not as brightly lit – and this makes the temples and lantern displays that are even more stunning. However, you’ll find that ...
... control panel allowing your to select which district you wish to blow water up, how aggressive you want the spray to be and how much power you want to use to dry it all off. English is not very common and it cracked me up when I was at Starbucks the cashier chatted away in Japanese to me throughout the whole transaction knowing full well that I had no idea what she was saying. I will have to put it on my list to visit again properly. ...
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