Hotel Mets Akabane
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... quite frankly that didn't bother me as i knew i would be stuck in a airplane for the next 12+ hours, land in Vancouver and after a quick breakfast with my cousin Megan I board the plane next stop Tokyo! As I try to get as much sleep as possible on the plane with no success my body on edge, I arrive in Tokyo and grab my baggage from the carousel, after a quick stamp from immigration I navigate the Airport to the train terminal. At this point I have incredible amounts ...
After a nap I decided to visit the Tokyo tower as there finally seemed to be a good window of weather. The views were incredible and Disneyland was just in view. I hung around for the light to fade catching a glimpse of Tokyo by night, which was also pretty spectacular.
I picked up enough food for Rach on the way home to cook at the hostel, I really couldn't stomach more tempura and soup. I walked in to the hostel to find Rach at reception having ...
... being hosted by a cartel of Japanese boy bands. They were extremely peppy, only a little bit nasally, and fascinated us a few more minutes such that we forgot to pour the blue sparkling wine until 11:59:36, at which point John hastily popped the cork and brought it 'round.
Did any spiritual reflection occur for our little group? Probably, on individual time of course. For me, that time is now.
I am full of hope and renewed goals. How about ...
... of the actual bomb and the parachute. They had explanations on what are nuclear and hydrogen bombs, what countries have them, and what the world is trying to do to control the use and further construction of them, and then of course pleas for our support in publicizing to our governments our desire to not have nuclear bombs in the world. I thought it was a great museum. At the point of explaining the actual final decision to drop the A-bomb over Hiroshima on August ...
... at it I realized that it was not clear which of two times was the typo. Previously I had assumed the error was in another time and that the meeting time was correct but after realizing there was another possibility I decided that the typo must have been in the meeting time, which meant he was due an hour later than I had thought. I waited in my room. He called from the lobby a few minutes before the hour was up.
We were planning ...