Hotel Mid In Akabane-ekimae
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... freshened up and check my plans for the evening.
The girl at the reception told me that tonight was free drink night with sake and plum wine. I thought this would be a nice occasion to celebrate my birthday even though it was a day too early. :-) Got the Castella cake i bought in Nagasaki out of my bag and made my official birthday cake. Everybody in the lounge sang 'Happy birthday' for me and we had a real nice party. Plum wine is delicious by the way. There was also ...
... and Takashitu (LOL) road where it really felt like we were in the bohemian-come-saccharine-sweet-pop-prin cess-doll heart of the town. Again, we broke the day up with a park visit to get away from the crowds. This time the Institute of Nature studies beckoned and gave us a taste of how the city would be were nature left to run its course. This tranquility got too much so we headed to Shibuya crossing to watch swathes of incredibly law-abiding ...
... there. The only things missing were the samurai sword fighters and the dead bodies. For dinner we had a few different dishes: some fish, chicken skewers, peppers wrapped in bacon and, of course, some sushi. After dinner we went to Shinjuku to the Metropolitan Government Office where you can go to the top of the building's observation floor for free night views of the whole city. We were so glad to have the chance to meet up with Francois while we were there and ...
... top, a low table with cushions around to sit and chat.
Fortunately (for Bernadette it did have a shower and toilet en-suite)(this was
no accident I ordered it!!!bx). TV had 8 channels, all Japanese speaking to
while away the hours. 6pm…. Dinner time…….. Not much English spoken really
except whispers by us two……………. . On the table….. chopsticks (obviously), what
looked like a small metal bucket with a wooden ...
... saying "no English, no English" in Japanese) and calmly opened the front door to usher us out - and that was that.
Fran had no idea why she'd been ushered out until I told her on the street outside that she'd in fact gone into a Japanese porn shop and asked the shop attendant whether he had anything in English! Priceless!
After that debacle there was nothing else to do but go for a glass of wine as it was now 7:30pm. We had lovely glass of red, chatted and ...