Hotel Twins Chofu
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... br> After lunch, she then took me home.Obviously there was no plan for today,she was too tired to show me around ( because she stayed up late last night) But it didn't matter, because it took us three hours to go back home,it was a long way home! But then i got to look around Tokyo by their subway system.
Everything here seems so neat and organized, ...
... Gods, at Tokyo Daijingu - Love, Relationships, Marriage
From this trip, most desperately I wish to retain the sense of sharpness and clarity of purpose that's honed any time I step out of complacency into a real life. I've missed so much - and I knew that before, but I just never believed it.
Let this small victory give me the momentum I need to enact great change, and the courage to live without regret.
... which tasted like gym socks, but we lucked into some "Mexican" food at the Indiana Jones ride. So calling it Mexican was stretching it a bit, but what I had was called a taco. (It was made with shrimp and mayo). It made Matt happy at least.
We had a lovely time, with wonderful people on a clear beautiful day on the Japanese coast (It's right on the ocean-the 2011 tsunami actually damaged the park.). Another great day in ...
... We started at Shinjuku garden, which comprises of a Japanese, English and French garden. It reminds me somewhat of Central Park because the buildings of the city are just outside of the park border. There were many families enjoying the fall colors and picnicking in the lovely weather. Because we were close, we headed back to the government building observatory to see Tokyo in the daylight. Mt. Fuji was just visible in the distance but not clear enough to come up in pictures. ...
... and lots of them are soft cookies filled
with sweet bean paste. Convenience stores, grocery stores, and department
stores all have sushi to go. Delicious, I might add. Our favorite food in Japan
was okonomiyaki. I will find it in America, even if I have to drive to San
Francisco to eat it. There is no tipping of any kind (not in restaurants, not
to bellhops… etc) which we really loved. There are instructions ...