Hotel Rapport Senjukaku
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... in the big leagues as far as world-class food goes, and it turns out that it stands first place among all cities in the world for number of restaurants w/ Michelin stars!
Today I had a 1000% increase in transit/not-getting-lost efficiency. This is entirely due to the fact that I now have a portal wifi hotspot that I take everywhere with me, so I can use Google Maps.
Google Maps in Tokyo is ridiculous. I ...
... feeding him before leaving for home so he wouldn't wake up in the middle of the night due to hunger. I did force him to walk (or at least stand on the moving sidewalks) at Tokyo station as the distance between the two subway lines must be over a mile underground. We made it back to Shibuya at about 8:30 and found a Ramen shop to eat at. Again this was peak Shibuya scramble time and it was a mass of moving Japanese between the station and the Ramen shop that we finally ...
... full of small shot bars. It looks like a place to party quite late at night... One step further is the entertainment district which looks always animated. Going to the other side of the station, we heading to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government where you can admire the view of tokyo from the observation deck. Well as it is not as sunny as we would want, we could not see the mt Fuji, but the view of the city is breath taking: number ...
... short but the advantage is legroom, which isn't much on this plane anyway.
After this trip with QANTAS (Queer And Nasty, Take Another System), we would never fly with Qantas again. The food is ****, the service is just as bad, the leg room is atrocious and we are not tall people. Unless you are on business class or on the A380, which has more legroom but the seats are like sitting on bricks, it is not worth it. We had less than a hand span between our knees and the seat ...
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