Hotel Maruchu Classico
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We stonden deze dag niet zo heel
vroeg op, omdat uitslapen echt wel een keer nodig was! We hadden
overlegd dat we naar Shibuya en Harajuku zouden gaan, dus dat deden we.
We namen eerst de trein naar Harajuku en hebben daar wat gewinkeld en
verder rond gekeken. Het was erg leuk om er rond te kijken, vooral de
kleding in de winkeltjes was leuk. Het is jammer genoeg allemaal heel
duur en daarnaast zijn de Japanners over ...
... umbrella department with women trying on umbrellas and checking their images in the mirror. After a moment's reflection, I realized that they use umbrellas for the sun and rain, practically every day. They really are women's fashion accessories. Continue to have sticker shock with the prices in Japan. Even on sale I couldn't find a straw sun hat for under $100. Am still taking food photos. Had a fun evening at Workerbee's favorite Tokyo restaurant, EX, a ...
... good food and sights that will be waiting for me tomorrow. In the meantime, thank god for smoking rooms in the airport!!!! Presently waiting on my connecting flight to Bangkok while enjoying some free wifi in the airport with my colleague Luis. Pics and video to come once I change over to a pay as you go sim card tomorrow in Bangkok. If I call you, keep an eye out for a strange international number. That's all for now.
... Japan have names, even otherwise insignificant overpasses. I think the reason is that Japanese roads don't have names, so bridges can't be referred to by the names of the roads they are a part of or cross. I suppose they still need some sort of identifier, though, for maintenance records and other tracking purposes.
Following the meticulously organized and clearly affluent Currency Museum. The tiny Kite Museum, with its jumble of low cost artifacts, had a well-loved and ...
Today we left our capsule hotel and I know my brother and I were more than ready to go. Our capsules were like ovens at night! No A/C and no air circulation of any kind. The fact that we went for an onsen each night before bed didn't help our causes either. It was like entering a sauna. Just hot and bothered all night long.
As we stepped outside of our hotel, we noticed about 15 policemen outside of a girls bar. There must have been a fight last night ...