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We took a train ($10 US - $1100 Japanese Yen) which takes about an hour to the Ginza district where our Hotel is, We saw plenty of green countryside along the way and then as we approached the city the green turned into concrete and building then into skyscrapers. The train was a mix of travelers/tourists, shoppers and young school kids ...
... After walking a bit the only thing we could find was an Italian restaurant. First warning sign should have been that they didn't have garlic bread. So I ordered the ministrone soup and we both got a pizza (I tried to order one of the curry dishes that they had on the menu first, but they were out of rice...). The ministrone soup was just about the saltiest thing I have ever tasted in my life and the pizzas were pretty bland. At least they were big ...
... dog cafes). You can even buy a rabbit for $300…what? Our last stop in Tokyo was Shibuya crossing, where we sat down for a drink in the 2nd floor Starbucks overlooking the insanely busy crossing.
Japan has met and in many cases exceeded my expectations, and I am sad to be leaving, but excited for our many more adventures to come! Who knows, maybe we will be back for our 50th wedding anniversary! ...
... small bars and restaurants. It’s one of those places you walk out of the station and are just shocked by the masses of people outside. I didn’t have a lot of cash to spend but did try to hunt down a pair of shoes. This is a harder task than you would think! I was just after a pair of cheap flat pumps as the only shoes I had are flipflops or trainers. Far too cold here for flipflops and my scruffy trainers definitely didn’t really fit in during the day let alone ...
... on the table in front us. John’s iPod, iPhone, DS games, assorted change from all over the world and, unbelievably, the passports. After being initially relieved, we started kicking ourselves under the table for cancelling the passports, as they were now void! But in reality, if we hadn’t been to the embassy that day to cancel them, we wouldn’t have been going to the bar that night, and we would never have seen that man with our bag – such is life. ...