Hotel Asakusa Mikawaya
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... dirty old men). These shops mostly sold things like purses or clothing. This is not what I was looking for so I grabbed a subway back to the area we stayed in the last time we were in Tokyo, Asakusa. Here I found all the type of souvenir shops I wanted and went to town!
Returning to Ueno I dropped off my bags then went to explore. I walked around the park with the museums and zoo, but choose not to go ...
... is just so efficient. It's hard to explain, but everything just makes sense. The one improvement - free wifi. How am I supposed to steal their free data if you need a password for everything. I forgot a screw for my selfie stick/go-pro. F-yes I have a selfie stick. People can't understand a word I say let alone stop to take my picture. Cass and I bought hockey tape from the 7-11 and make shifted the missing piece with a bobbypin and tape. God we're smart. Look out for the shameless ...
... said table. On the wall behind her were a lot of spools
of different colours of thread. Visitors are invited to bring along a piece of
cloth or clothing to be repaired and left there, with the spools that were used
to repair it still attached to the wall. I took a picture, but am unsure
whether it does it justice. It certainly visualised connections and, more so,
repaired relationships. I think we all have those, and I certainly stood and
paused to ponder ...
Sorry I haven't made a post in a few days, our hotel in Kyoto did not have
a strong connection to wifi for android phones. However, there are two
things I have noticed in the past few days in the city of Kyoto.
#1- Everything is designed for convienece and purpose. We were climbing a
mountain in Kyoto, and what did we find at the top in the middle of
nowhere? A vending machine. You can also find them next to shrines ...
The final destination of my trip. Well I may make a couple of small side trips but I'll be mainly based in Tokyo for the next eight days. The train here was straight forward, two and half hours with no changes. When I got to Shinjuku it was just a matter of using a machine to get a Pasmo card (like an Oyster card in London) and I was able to jump on a train to Ueno where ...