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TravelPod Member ReviewsSteffens Hotel Restaurant Zur Heide Wermelskirchen
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... menu of sushi delights. In these places, pieces of sushi are served one by one to diners, since the belief is that a piece of high-grade sushi must be eaten within seconds of preparation, otherwise the fine flavours will start deteriorating.
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... world. So naturally that's in Kim's sights, but one thing i regret on this trip was missing out Mt Fuji. Maybe one day we will return to this magical land and attack both in one go. One things for certain, we will need to wait until our bank balance lets us.
If there is one bit of advice that i can give you, other than not buying a french car, is save some money and get yourselves to Japan.
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Who: Me What: Checking out various districts in Tokyo When: Feb. 1 Where: Akihabara, Shibuya Why: to check out all that I could in the short time I am here. How: Mostly walking with some subway mixed in. After I got my breakfast at the Anne Hostel Asakusabashi, I decided to go to Akihabara which is called the Electric town. It is a district that is know for its wide variety of electronic appliances and computer games and Japanese Anime. It was pretty crazy ...
... made us chuckle.
Climbing Fuji took a full two days out of Tokyo sightseeing, so Saturday we were determined to hit a bunch on our last day. We spent the early afternoon exploring "fabric town". A lot of the stores seemed to carry fabric that was typical and that I could easily get in the US. But we found a couple great places. There was one store with already made kimono. If only I was rich…. I was able to get a couple lovely pieces ...