Hotel Sunroute Shimbashi
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... we retrieved a paper with details of our fortunes. Doug was the luckiest with a "large fortune". Unfortunately the rest of the English was too broken for us to understand any detail of what our fortunes had in store for us...
After a quick lunch at a back-alley noodle house (really testing our communication skills with no english or pictures on the menu!!), we headed back for a well needed rest.
After a nap, Doug headed out for ...
... lucky that some of the rides were 30 minutes at different times during the day. Kids loved space mountain, thunder mountain and splash mountain. We were on the go from 10 - 5 and them went back to our room to check in. The Tokyo Hilton was lovely and kids were very excited about the magic happy room. The magic mirror and the special lock and key. We went back to Disneyland to watch the light ...
... another male agent, who greeted me and placed my suitcase and backpack in the rear of a golfcart-like vehicle with purple seats and the words "ROYAL FIRST" emblazoned in yellow on the divider between the driver’s seat and the passenger seats. My check-in agent told me his colleague will drive me to the Royal First Class Lounge. He thanked me for flying Thai and wished me a pleasant flight.
I felt quite special as the ROYAL FIRST-mobile drove me through ...
... 12.5 hours feel much, much longer. It wasn't all bad though. The in-flight entertainment was quite good, and the food wasn't terrible! Also, the wine was free so that may have made it more enjoyable. It was a JAL Flight, so the flight attendants were all Japanese, and were extremely friendly (Though I didn't know it at the time, but this was a foreshadowing as to what I would experience in Japan.) After the long flight (and a few bottles of ...
... today as a popular gathering point for Tokyo’s young
people. But long before loose socks and sandals with three-inch soles,
before Tower Records and Studio Alta, Shibuya had another claim to fame:
The year was 1925. Every morning, Professor Eizaburo Ueno walked
to Shibuya Station, accompanied by his loyal dog, Hachi, nicknamed
Hachi-ko. Hachiko didn’t accompany his master to his teaching job at ...