Hotel Gracery Tamachi
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... we proceeded our journey to Tanashi were we watched a movie. The movie was called "Colorful" and was accually very good! Anime lover or not, do watch it! Right now, I've just finished a call with my mom and I'm drop dead tired. Sorry for my short updates, but I have a lot going on right now in the real ...
... iced coffee this morning to see what all the hype was about. Not bad, I must say! The original Boss Master Coffee flavour tasted similar to a Vietnamese iced coffee (i.e. sweet and delicious). Today's adventures entailed a lot of walking. We woke up around 5:3am, still adjusting to the time difference. We set out for breakfast around 7:30, which was not easy to find! It seems that breakfast places aren't common (and many of the cafes that were open only sell coffee). We did ...
... br> remember the step up. Good training for the upcoming cruise. Though here, the
toilet seats are heated, which came in handy since we were sightseeing on 2
cold and rainy days. Wished I could heat up my feet also.
Weather wise we have been lucky. We had only 2 days with
bad weather the others were nice. Though in the early am it is always hazy and
then it clears up.
The outings have been most interesting. We walked ...
... gaijin. Clearly Boeing takes better care of its employees than Microsoft. I crashed into their room destroying any hopes they had of a second honey moon. Though I did allow them one night alone in Tokyo before busting in..
Our room was on the 53 floor and offered views better than the Tokyo towers. The room itself was luxurious and after a quick meal and a short nap I was ready to begin my exploration of Tokyo ...
... tatters, like the multitude of discarded clothing items on the floor of the changing room. As for Peter and I, we spend most of our afternoon giving the credit card a workout at the Oriental Bazaar for wonderful Japanese gifts - from beautiful crockery (how these gorgeous porcelain beauties were my kryptonite!), wonderfully authentic woodblock prints, dozens of t-shirts with Japanese inspired motifs and glorious textiles. Oh, how I could write an Ode to Joy about ...