Hotel Okura Tokyo
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... weaving around in a spaghetti like maze. The trains are extremely efficient, and are so crowded but it all just works.
Ive realised more and more that the reason that a city of 35 million people can flow freely and run so effortlessly is that the people here seem to mostly understand that to live in a city that big, everyone needs to stay organised and follow the rules. Tokyoites love to stand in queues and Ive never seen so many ...
... like complaining to you, but honestly it was already much better than the capsule hotel. The only thing better about the capsule compared to this room cramped due to the number of people sleeping in it is the privacy of having a sleeping place to yourself, something I don’t mind about too much.
Before we went to sleep, something that happened extremely quickly, Amy and Reena told me they had planned on seeing the Tsukiji Fish Market the next day. Having already been ...
... talking in a very quiet tone. There is no chance that people would show that level of respect in Australia, especially when alcohol is involved. With great power comes great responsibility – and the Japanese seem more than capable of exerting this responsibility.
I was talking to the girls about me and my friends travel plans for Japan. We were off to Matsumoto and Nagano next. As I told them this, they crossed their hands and said dame (not good), ...
... to a place we have loved for many years, and visited many times-at EPCOT in Orlando, the Mitsukoshi Department Store. This time, however, we got to experience the real thing. OK-so it's nothing like the one at EPCOT-this place is freaking amazing, but to an 18 year old boy, it was the closest thing to hell he could imagine. Two stores-one 7 stories one 10 plus several basements full of amazing food from all over the world of high end ...
... It is topped by Dubai's Burj Khalifa skyscraper which stands at 828 metres. A large shopping complex and aquarium are located at its base......Kevin had visited the aquarium on his last visit so whilst we waited to climb the tower (we were given a slot at 1630 and we arrived at 1330) we were forced to explore the centre and the shops! ...