Hotel Crown Hills Kimitsu
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I was really feeling like taking a trip over Memorial Day weekend. The fun problem was, unlike years past where flights were not open, I actually had some exciting options to ponder over. I eventually settled on doing Tokyo. I had already visited here before, but this time I was going with 3 co-workers(Austin, Derek, and Angel) and meeting up with a buddy from school who was co-oping with Delta(Kerwin).
... enjoying the relative sophistication of Omotesando, we then walked over to the trendy Takeshita Street, which is filled with young people and shops with the latest unique fashions, as well as edgy restaurants. The names of some of the shops were really unusual, including Toxic Love other “naughty” themes. It was shoulder to shoulder throngs of people for the entire half mile stroll down Takeshita Street, but that is what experiencing ...
... Tired. Bah. Got to Rippongi at 5:55 and ran around for 30 minutes trying to find our meeting point at exit 1c. By the time I found it it was past our 15 min limit and had missed them. Walked around and found wifi. Went up Tokyo tower observation deck and Moro exhibition for 1000 yen. Had dinner puff salmon Camembert Walked to mid city and saw the light display (Emirates ) and tree lined streets. Train home, arrived 10:40. Deb and Dave had just gotten back. Shower. 1 episode ...
... Imperial Palace which was the family residency of Japanese kings has become a museum today. You can visit the palace and its gardens by booking the tickets in advance.
Golden Pavilion Temple, Kyoto: The Golden Pavilion was built as a retirement house for king Shogun which converted into temple after his death. The two floor structure is covered in gold leaf that reflects in the pond beside. In the midst of nature it is a very beautiful place for peace ...
... busy, not necessarily tourists but all the workers, movers and shakers, 3 wheelers, 2 wheelers, 1 wheeler even (wheelbarrows). No fish for breakfast today but did buy some dried cherry tomatoes, and paracetamol which were less tasty and cost more than in Sweden dammit.
Imperial palace and its gardens were in a nearby district so we thought we would drop by. But the emperor was home, and the garden was closed so no garden for us... ...
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