Hotel Grand City
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... you as a prince or princess! I think the word is Bizarre! Today we went to Shibuya and spent a few hours to look around but ended up in Starbucks overlooking one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the world. It's truly amazing to see when the different sides meet and create a sea of people. We were not even there when it was rush hour! Today I tried octopus candy and let's just say it's nice nice!! Taste of seawater ...
... they get off at their stops there is always a ways to walk to get to where they are going. There are a lot of men that wear black business suits. Many others do not wear suits, just black dress pants and white shirts. This seems to be not only the older adults but the young men as well. Many of the girls and women wear the black and white, also. I do not know why this is the favorite style of dress. I read where the literacy rate in Japan is 100%25. I have not ...
We have been looking forward to Japan, for me (Col) it's been a place I've wanted to see for ages. We had so many expectations, strange people, modern cities and beautiful landscapes. Japan didn't disappoint! Here's what we got up to during our 5 days there. Day 1 We arrived in Tokyo Narita airport around 3pm on the 1st July having had a decent and short flight from Taiwan. We caught a bus to downtown Ikebukuro where we had booked 5 nights in a cheap hotel. We had ...
... at the route map for about twenty minutes before I figured out where to go the previous night.
After an hour and a half of being lost, thinking the map might be upside-down, and daring to use my Japanese to ask for directions, I eventually found Shinjuku Gyoen Park! Yay!
It was green and beautiful, with plenty of little lakes and hundreds of cherry blossom trees. Cherry blossom season was in full swing when ...
... complex. It brings together JR lines, with the terminals for several private lines and the Metro. It aslo works on several levels, above and below grouns which are labyrinthine shopping malls, department stores, restaurants and bars. Somehow we found the lockers and managed to leave our cases.
Emerging from the station wasn't easy but we reached ground level and carefully remembered which exit we came out at.
We then walked to Shinjuku ...