Hotel Sardonyx Ueno
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... nothing like pizza and wine over looking the Statue of Liberty in Tokyo! .. not to forget the passing entertainment... families, couples, young teens.. all out enjoying the glorious sunshine..
Many with their "Fur" babies.. some of the cutest dogs ever.. small breeds.. poodles, terriers, Chihuahua, cross breeds, all in their special outfits, custom made prams etc. So special are these pets.. accepted in all stores , ...
... to try something from the more famous section. Unfortunately, this meant waiting in line for nearly an hour. Our donburi was good, but nothing especially fantastic. Lesson: fresh fish is awesome whether you wait an hour for it or not!
After checking out the rest of the market and grabbing some sushi for later, we decided to head up to Ueno to check out the cherry blossoms and one of many tourist friendly museums. Upon arrival, Natascha decided that, instead of the ...
... br> After the last pix, I decide to go back to station.
Getting my shinkansen ticket, a bit more early than forseen... As we have meeting at Takasaki station at 19:00. In fact he was also more early.
So after we went to Bic camera to buy a new iPhone cable, mine is broken, and checked an other shop for daily use items.
As I didn't eat so much the day, the dinner was really welcome. Pasta, vegetables with garlic sauce from ...
... with shops, restaurants and department stores and a non stop buzz. Kyoto has a wonderful public transportation system as does every major city we visited. Inexpensive, comfortable and convenient. The other Kyoto is completely different. We did not see all of Kyoto but the Eastern part, a short bus ride from the central district, is a picture of quiet, beauty and peace. There is a stretch you can walk that, in two or three hours, takes you through a myriad of stunning temples, ...
... Kannon, the god of mercy out of the nearby Sumida River. It is a very large complex now and attracts large numbers of visitors and pilgrims. From there we took the Metro to Shimbashi where we walked along the. Sky walk to the Hama-Rikyu Gardens which had originally been created as a duck hunting ground for a Shogun. The lakes are saltwater, fed from an inlet of the sea. All the trees have been rigidly pruned to produce highly sculpted ...