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... to look at though. The thing, I loved at most, was the big tree where you can hang up your prayers and wishes on a wooden tablet bought in the shops. Although it was that interesting for me, it would be great to take a group too because its just something you can go and see you don't have to pay to see it. Also its good to learn about some history about Japan ...
Despite being a megacity, most parts of Tokyo are quiet. There are exceptions, of course, Shinjuku, Akihabara, Shibuya, are all about sensory overload. But mostly, its a very quiet city.
Some of this is because the Japanese are more addicted to their phones then we are, and they spend their commutes and their coffee breaks glued to them. Some of this might be because they, like Americans, are obviously working way too many hours. Anytime ...
... Having made our reservations 10 months ago, we were given the best seats in the house. Taitinger champagne flowed continuously and we had crab, roast duck, foie gras, filet, BBQ pork, etc. in waves over a three hour period. For the final hour, we were ringside for a range of acrobats, singers, dancers, musicians. While not cheap (about $100 pp) we concluded that it was even better value that the one hour show we had att the Sydney Opera house ...
... the Italian in me took over and used the fork that the server brought over. At first we were kind of offended that she thought we'd need a fork (side note I've actually gotten pretty good at using chopsticks thank you very much) but in the end I was happy she did. Anyways after doing some research on the robot place we discovered that it would be about 100 bucks for the 2 of us which wasn't bad but when you're travelling around for 4 months you have to ...
... greeted passengers as they boarded and passed out a letter apologizing for the diversion yesterday.
"Your flight from Denver diverted to Seattle due to an engine oil filter bypass indication, which resulted in the cancellation of your flight," the letter states. “I recognize we did not deliver the travel experience that you deserve from us. As a tangible gesture of goodwill, please visit www.united.com/appreciation after your flight departs ...