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... signs and stuff. We'll walk around tomorrow and see how stuff is. We stopped at Shinjuku Station before the Hilton and it was packed with people. They gave us a high floor but no lounge access, I told them I would change rooms if needed and they said tomorrow would be available. Its very convenient to have that access.
Me and Jessica just wanted to shower and go to bed, it was a long day.
... flight - very good, and as Vinodh later said, "Typical Wes Anderson. Every scene is like a picture." That, combined with the crazy mixed up world of Żubròwka, pretty much sums it up. Another all-star cast - Ralph Fiennes, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Jude Law, Jeff Goldblum, F.Murray Abraham...the list goes on. There was yet another long queue at Narita immigration but with Japanese efficiency and 20 (open) immigration counters we ...
... eventually the driver got out of the car and ran to the corner to look down the next block. This is the problem with Japanese addresses. Unlike specific building numbers in the U.S., addresses take you to a certain block in Japan and then you're on your own. The driver found it though and it ended up being a pretty cheap ride, less than $8.
Now that we were in a more populated city, the size of the hotel room shrunk. A lot. We're used to it now, but it still makes for a good ...
... I bumped into the Canadian I had talked to last night. We'd said we'd go for a beer, then I flaked out after eating, but tonight we made it to "where the nightlife is", Rappongi. "If approached, ignore them", he said, and boy were we approached. Two white westerners together, "can I hook you up?" "Beer and tits" etc. "I'm American" was the most individual line, which got an immediate "no" from Dominic but he stuck with us anyway, gently putting his ...
... also many around the city). The door opens and closes automatically, the interiors were pristinely detailed and the drivers (in suit and tie) wear white gloves. Despite the language barrier, they are so formal and pleasant. NYC and LA cabies should take note (ha)!
Once I was able to familiarize myself with the transportation methods and getting around the city, it was time to explore. My first stop was the famed Shibuya Crossing, which can most closely be compared to ...