Hotel Grand City
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... up and then pour over the bowl. It’s super, super tasty!! We ended the night with the sun coming up over the city. It was a beautiful spring morning, which is a true blessing coming from the cod hell that is Chicago right now. It was literally snowing when I left….come on Chicago. Regardless, we took a short train ride back to our hotel and passed out for the 4 hours remaining until checkout. It was truly an amazing introduction to ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... br> - 5 cups of laughter
- interesting scenery
- 1 high-tech toilet
Getting to Tokyo
You make plans and then life happens....Although we planned to be ready well before we were supposed to leave for the airport, life just gets in the way. As is tradition with our family all of the last minute preparations--including doing laundry 30 min before heading to the airport-- made for a late departure. In addition ...
... who is Japanese and her boyfriend from Sweden. They were lovely but I can't remember their names. We had lunch at a small place just around the corner from the museum. It was nice, I had a Japanese curry which was very spicy. After lunch they left and we went to Harajuku to meet up with some more of their friends in the park. I went exploring the park, Yoyogi Park, on my own which was beautiful and got lots of ...