Hotel Unizo Shinbashi
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... way back home. We were not ready for our long flight but we were ready to get home back into our own beds in the home with our loving families who we believe dearly missed us. We are safe to say our trip wasn't as bad we probably thought they would be. Again, looking out the window it was good bye Japan, Hello HOME!!!
Tokyo, Japan to Chicago, Illinois- 5:10 pm to 2:45 pm (11 h 35 min) (Leaves May 8th- Arrives May 9th)
... present palace, completed in 1968, replaced the one built in 1888, which was largely destroyed during WWII. The current Imperial Palace is located on the former site of Edo Castle, a large park area surrounded by moats and massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo.. It is the residence of Japan's Imperial Family and for that reason the palace is closed to the public.
We spent a few hours wandering around the gardens, admiring the trees ...
... imagine what it would be like to have to travel for work so often, but not how I would deal with family life in that situation, so those thoughts intrigued me quite some.
Some of you, if not most of you, will have seen an anime at some time in your life. One of the things that always seems so unusual is how loud the cricket sounds are. Those aren’t crickets, they are cicadas and, yes, that is exactly how loud they are. You need to really ...
Denny and Christine
Disclaimer: I am so sorry that it has taken me so long to post this last entry – I have to admit that Denny did have it written a month ago and I just put it off… We are pleased to let everyone know that since we got home we have found a nice basement suite to rent and bought a new-to-us car. Denny is back to work this week, and I begin a position with the United Way in September! Until our next great ...
... Actually I think that is what it's called! They are very fond of little musical tunes for everything, some crossings have bird noises,its quite common to hear a cuckoo!
On Saturday we were pleased to see many ladies and girls walking around in kimonos,we thought that perhaps this was quite usual on Saturday but we later got talking to a lady and she explained that it was infact a special day for ladies and they were invited to dress up and this ...