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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to find it in Sydney somewhere. Then I will have to get rid of a mug to make room for it.
We made it back to Kawasaki at 4pm for a very late lunch/early dinner. We each had a bowl of fried rice and gyoza. Luckily, this restaurant does not allow smokers as we could not see any ashtrays on the tables. It was one of those restaurants where you have to pay and buy a ticket for the food. We could not get the small size fried rice as it was part of ...
Four glasses of wine got me through the 13 hour flight. It chased the sun. It's 3:45AM Eastern and I slept about a half hour. Only to wake up to find myself sleep-groping my neighbor - I kid you not! Apologized profusely. Struck up a conversation about an hour later and we ended up laughing about it. Had a great chat - she works for OXO and was heading back home to interview a few ...
... here - just look at them and tell me whether its real or not.
Price? of course the beautiful & unique stuffs are expensive but there are cheaper stuffs of course!
That is why I just bought few small fake tempuras - my favorite japanese food.
So people, don't forget to visit Kappabashi Dori during your stay - here in Tokyo. So many things that you can buy as souvenirs from here.
... the men are impressed. We then leave the park and stop to check out the Onsen just outside. The other couple decide to stay but we can't :( On the drive back to the apartment Junko asks if we want to go to dinner suggesting Japanese pancake. We get to the building and check out the other food there is to offer ( turns out this building is actual the train station). We decide that the pancakes would be best as you get to cook them yourself on a ...
... the 52nd floor where they have floor to ceiling windows for you to take in the views. It was used in the film Lost in Translation. We sat down and ordered the most expensive drinks in Japan only to find that we could not see anything out of the windows at all because it was too misty outside. Every now and then we would catch a glimpse for all of 10 seconds before it vanished again! I did enjoy my cosmopolitan but was very disappointed that we did not get to see ...