Hotel Route Inn Shinagawa Oimachi
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... shot up dramatically. When we queried what it was for, we were told it was for the seats! It was still a good experience and tasty though.
On the way back we got some food supplies and then Skyped Becky and Lily back at the hotel.
The next day was Greenery Day which meant that Tokyo's Ueno zoo was open for free. We decided to use the opportunity to have a look around and see the famous pandas. Obviously, the rest of Tokyo had the same idea! At ...
... But let it guide you to new and exotic places and to some of the best food in the world, and this city with captivate you with its spirit, and energy. It's truely a city that never sleeps. I took the local bus to MBK for 6 baht ( 25 cents) a popular mall with a variety of shopping and a great food court.
After I got one last massage at my favorite place, said goodbye to my friend Pam, who I've known for several years now, and start to think about my journey home.
... as a hybrid of a sturdy cattle stock in Asia for the past 2000 years
... generosity and kindness of the Japanese. We leave Kyoto to go to Himeji, famous for its castle. The castle is having works completed so we can see it from the outside but then visit Kokoen Gardens which is great, split into 8 different areas there are ponds running through them all with huge colourful carp swimming around. We then walk to Shirotopia Memorial Park and Otokoyama Park where we climb the steps to watch the sunset with good views of the castle. We get ...
... kid shows up to bring them a jug of sake. They are confused but accept. Then the lord's wife shows up and says that she sent the jug as an apology from the lord. The man is like FINE then drinks a cup of sake, then another cup, then another, then starts drinking a bowl-ful, then another, then finally just downs the entire jug. He then, drunkily, breaks one of his walls and knocks his door down to confront the lord. (The drinking part we understood!) His wife ...