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... we just wanted something easy so we headed to the McDonalds near our hotel. After that we went out to look for a place to have a couple of drinks. There were several places that looked good, but because it was a Sunday almost everything was closed. Eventually we found this beer pub called The Horn and we decided to give it a try. It ended up being a german bar that is owned by a Japanese man and run ...
... br> before I even left. After my initial freak out I made it to the
Vancouver Skytrain and the airport without much incident, other than
having already left my slippers behind at the place I was staying in
Vancouver. I've already accepted the fact that I could potentially lose
everything I'm carrying so I'm not overly attached to any of my
belongings but anyone who knows me well knows that slippers are a pretty
... the 7-11 across the way.
After quickly changing into clean pants, we grabbed the stroller and our wallet and went to the 7-11. When we got there, Nadia had a meltdown and had a full on tantrum, which is very unusual for her. In fact, I can count on one hand, maybe one finger, the times she has had a full on meltdown, so this was rare indeed. However, to her credit, it was around 6pm Japan time, which is equivalent to 4am EST, and ...
... only one of them going to the airport. There was no English on the electronic arrivals board so matching Chinese characters on the electronic board to the station names on the map we chose the first train Mistake, so we waited for a quiet station, hopped off and took the next train which was correct.
Flying with Al is a pleasure - we went straight into the Business Class check-in line flashed his BA card and were given invitations to their business class lounge. ...
... we ran into a graduation ceremony, with kids everywhere dressed in formals and all excited.
Reaching the memorial just beyond, we found ourselves in the middle of a market. The entire
area had been taken over by a market and food stalls filled with local snacks were all around us. We sat down and ordered in the ones we could remember and spent our lunch like that. It was a big mix between stalls and pick-nicks for as long as our eyes could ...