Funabashi Daiichi Hotel
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... there were amazing flowers either side of an archway and a large, loud drum. We went to Yoyogi park and saw singers, photo shoots for magazines, people making music with bowls, and food stalls. We all know that Halloween is on Friday, don't we? Well here they had a Halloween pumpkin parade on Sunday! They do it on weekends so ...
... side with small streams running into a larger pond with coy fish. There was also a large pond of lotus flowers, which I posted a picture of. The area was picturesque, and an absolute pleasure to walk through. Definitely a place you could sit and be content just listening to the silence and enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer. The temple garden lead to a large bamboo forest. It was incredible how high the bamboo was and how blue in colour it appeared to be. I really enjoyed this ...
The size of Tokyo is mind boggling to me! It makes Edmonton and Calgary look like small towns. You definitely do not want to drive around here without a GPS because you would be sooo lost!! Their train system is like nothing I have ever seen before; it can take you almost everywhere. Looking at the maps of the train system was like looking at a complicated wiring schematic!!
It was really hard to keep track of all the places because we ...
... previews, they have the actors give a shout out to Japan. For example, Johnny Depp just did a 2 minute segment thanking Japan for watching his movies and you could tell he didn’t want to be there at all lol. Really interesting experience.
Final night in Tokyo and heading back early. Something is messed up with my knee. Maybe it's from walking too much and just needs some rest but never had this issue before. Hopefully it goes away by itself or I'll finish this trip ...
being both Shinto and Buddhist – a difference I was not aware of before
arriving). The highlight though was the trip up to the top of the Metropolitan
Tower and the amazing Okinomiyaki meal (amazing pizza/ pancake things). I am
certain when the Olympics arrives in a few years’ time, the place will provide
a very unique setting for the games which the world can ...
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