Hotel Mid In Meguro-Ekimae
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... constant churn of never-ending projects and milestones and stern, imperious figures who mandate my next deliverable, review, or promotion.
Likewise, I play the part perfectly - of an exhausted office worker who comes home to an evening of take-out food, tune-out entertainment, and the blurry-eyed surrender of sleep. What a grind, I think to myself each night. But tomorrow will be a better day.
Traveling is one way I know of - a proven one - that gives you no choice ...
... humidity .. ohhh man ... am I sweating. On the way home to the hotel I buy 3 bottles of water. Note: Apparently one cannot use VISA cards in Japanese ATMs but you can use VISA card to buy items in the shops ... event without using your PIN-nr !! Yikes., 8-/ Steps / strides today: ...
... foot to find dinner. So many places to choose from but all the places recommended by the hotel on floors 6 to 8 of the nearby Tobu Building (huge shopping centre) were full with people waiting to go in. We hit the smaller streets again before finding a likely looking spot and sat waiting to be served. With the help of a lovely Chinese couple at the next table, we learned which bell to press to call the waitress and ordered ...
... back in my laptop). After far too much walking I figured I would have to go to some kind of electronics district...and trying to figure out where that might be went in the bin.
Strolled through Yoyogi park and found the Meiji temple, then kept going up into Shinjuku to get 54th story views of the city from the top of the Tokyo Government Building. Insanely proud of my map reading skills by this point as only one large detour en route! ...
... The younger fashionista women might, but itīs dyed orangy Brown.
I really wonder what the Japanese think when they come to visit America. Especially if they land in New York or Las Vegas.
Another note of interest: there are vending machines everywhere. They are on every Street and they sell drinks, including hot coffee or tea, as well as some snacks. The machines are bright and colorful. Coca Cola and ...