Hotel Grand Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I think we will remember the people the most, their unfailing politeness and helpfulness; the sense of space even when there were crowds of people (as in Harajuku and Ginza) and the fast-moving queues; not a single glimpse of irritation, even when stupid foreigners (like me) stopped in my tracks suddenly or changed direction, causing those behind me to run into me (in other countries, this would be enough cause for some swearing or at least a dirty look).
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... a little more leg room and can lean back a little bit more) but she could see me from her seat, as I enjoyed my 5 course yummy meal and then stretched out flat and slept with a fluffy pillow and a lovely quilted blanket. There she was, leaning against a window, well, you all know what coach is like. It is OK for a few hours but then.....
OK, time to go, next stop BANGKOK!
... to vending machine got oreo cookies and soy crackers $2 Down for smoke saw rach she was talking to Darren via wi-fi, girls back in room. Smoke Back into hotel to **** stir Rach, send darren text saying he has ******** , rach asks us to check on girls. We head to the girls room, wake up same, check out their room then trash it, leave toiletries all on the floor and soap everywhere. Left and back in hotel room 9:45 Diary, relax sleep First day of tour ...
... and everything about it is in Japanese. One free magazine in a station had written on its front, 'the best cultural magazine in Tokyo', I picked it up with enthusiasm and it was in Japanese. The same happened at the TSE, 'Virtual Stock Trading Session begin at 15.00', I waited for twenty minutes and the lady running it apologised, with little English, saying that it was all in Japanese. Why write the notice in English? The TSE is in a commercial area ...
... of the Shibuya Scramble - the affectionate name given to the world's LARGEST and BUSIEST pedestrian crossing:
- When you hear LARGEST and BUSIEST (or see them completely unnecesarrily capitalised) you expect a subject a little more impressive than something that has the word 'pedestrian' in the title - like largest and ...