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... Happy Labs'. They were really cute - one even looked like Lady, but maybe a slightly smaller version.. Ben liked the small one, in fact Ben was the Master Of The Dogs because they all came up to him for pats...We had a look around, bought some apples and something we think was a chocolate chip scone (yummy!).
We then went into the fish building to go to a swimming pool! The place was called the Children's Castle, which was 6 ...
- the toilet seat in our room is heated. when you sit on it, water starts swishing to help encourage you to go.
- parks close at 4:30. know this before you take the subway all the way there
- everyone here is super nice and knows enough english to help you. my plan of japanese language ignorance is paying ...
... Walked out into Ueno Park and came across some hot food stalls so ate Japanese street food, yum.
Ethan wanted to see Mount Fuji for himself so he and I left Natalie to her own devices and caught a 2 hour bus back there and went up the cable car for the stunning views. It was a really clear, hot, sunny day and Fuji looked so impressive as usual.
Ventured all the way to the sea to Obaida Island. The guidebook said something about a ...
... she spoke barely English. "1 person 2 items ok?"..so we believed that once we paid the entrance fee (not remember how much exactly) it would have included 2 items to order in the menu. It wasn't serious anyway as we just wanted to see what it is like. No pictures taking allowed inside. We watched one round of a maid girl dancing in a small stage in the middle of the cafe while we ordered some drinks. It was nearly 10pm and we understood that we each had to order one more item ...
After Marcia left, I wanted to explore the Japan Alps.
I hiked in the rain to my guesthouse and had amazing meal at the end of the day.
Got to see the red-faced monkeys in the wild.
then went to explore a picturesque ancient Castle