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... there were too many names of famous generals, cities and battles that I could not really process the informations properly.
With a grass green matcha frappucino from Starbucks we continued to Shinjuku where we expected.. I actually don’t really know what we expected. There were many skyscrapers and it was very crowded, so it was exactly how I expected Tokyo to be. But after the districts we have already visited it was nothing special anymore. ...
I had my alarm set for 8:30 am, but I got up little before it went off. In the lobby downstairs, the complimentary breakfast was set up as a small buffet. The food was better suited as a lunch or dinner for North Americans. Either way it was a pleasant surprise and was oishi (delicious)! I got on a train to the Imperial Palace. A couple of weeks ago I got there when it was closing and I only saw the park. Halfway there I remembered it was Monday and it might be closed. ...
... s what it was like times 1000. I ate in silence (minus the effort to partake in the Japanese tradition of slurping) beside a blind man and across from what appeared to be a drunken business man. He was grunting as he enjoyed his food. Ramen is his Junior McChicken. When I came out of the restaurant it was hammering rain and it reminded me of Vancouver. I popped into a cornerstore and grabbed some ...
... else ordered it and sardines poached in a stock. My intention had to be to order all four. I mean how often to get the opportunity to try Michelin star cooking for these kind of prices?! Additional dishes could be added for 600yen (a little over £3). However, we were both still feeling a bit sick, as we struggled to adapt to the time, meaning the last thing either of us wanted was a large meal. We stuck to one dish each. We were seated at the counter, where ...
... the temple to the airport. For the first little while, the bag was alright to have. People were bumping into us and pushing more then usual, but that is to be expected with a huge turtle shell on your back. The temple itself was free (and it was a Saturday) so it was insanely busy! I much prefer the temples that are quiet and zen like. It didn't help that the temple had a huge market out front so the overall feel was hectic and like a zoo. ...