Hotel The Manhattan
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... the main international airport in Japan. Therefore, if you have a long layover, this is a good place to hang.
So although I've been complaining about the Tsuyu season, today was way too hot. We checked in advance that there aren't going to be many people (and you can find this website here), but the weather didn't help the lines at all... Yes, there weren't many people, but it was hard to stand under the shining sun.
I've been to the Disney ...
... night to go. Its meant to be a four storey mega nightclub but on a Tuesday night its one bar that wasn't particularly packed. Two twatty English guys who thought they were all that tried talking to us but they were so up themselves I really didn't like them. Then we made friends with a Chinese guy who spoke with a strong american accent who was dancing with these light up fingertips gloves and looked all psychedelic, and his Romanian friend. They said they were ...
... So felt better about riding it. It was an hour ride. Afterward we went for a ver nice dinner of Japanese barbeque and beer. Love Japanese Barbeque. I will miss it.The Japanese really like having their beer after a long day. The beer has changed since we were here many years ago. More choices and very good. Also they are eatig more cooked foods and more veggies too. We had such a great night talking to forester as well as students. It will be a night we will ...
... loitering (Lonely Planet Japan). However, its possible to just go through the department store and get a good view from the second floor without buying anything. For lunch in Shibuya I actually don't know where I went. I was looking for this 回転鮨 (conveyer belt sushi) place that was highly recommended in my guidebook, but after 30 minutes of searching I was way too hungry to wait anymore and went into the next place I saw. When I walked in I was greeted ...
... fluffy result from a standard dryer with a Bounce sheet. Another option to dry your clothes is to put them in the shower! Yes, the shower!
The bath room is another unique Japanese feature that is common in I believe every home. For having a small living space, the Japanese dedicate a good amount of space to their shower room. The shower room is a walk-in room that is the size of a walk in closet where the entire room is a shower, and there is ...