InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay
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... for two geocaches. We didn't get off to a great start, as we didn't find the first cache we looked for, but it was a difficult cache. Thankfully, the next cache wasn't as difficult and we found it.
While it was still well before 11am we decided to catch trains to Harajuku to better explore the area that we only briefly visited in 2012. To kill even more time we found two more caches on a walk around the Yoyogi Stadium and through the NHK Stadium ...
... good view of the city, but it was dark by then and the glare on the windows
made it too difficult to see so we got off at Shibuya to see if it was busier
on a Friday night. There were tons of people around and everything was lite up.
There were TVs on buildings blearing advertisements and signs flashing
everywhere. We wandered for a bit and found a pet store where there were so
many cute kittens. After that we got back in the subway to wander around ...
... shops under the railway line at Ueno. Like a huge area market shops. All sorts of things cloths, shoes, food, electronics and souvineers. I found Cadbury and Lindt choc and Stuart bought toe nail clippers.We got off the main streets in Shibua and found an interesting area of small shops and houses. Old mixed with new.Joel also spent the day using the trains to get around. He bought some t shirts.Had fish and chips for tea at a Japanese style ...
... and how it is now within reach for people to launch their own satellites through NASA’s cube sat program. I also met 3 people from Skobbler, including the boss. I met three people from Mapbox. At the start of the conference there were some brief words from the founder of OSM, whose name escapes me. I met Kate Chapman from the Humanitarian OSM Team (HOT) who interviewed me for a ...
... ride at a mere 2 hour queue, then realised we may or may not have time for the Tower of Terror – a ride we really wanted to go on. At this point we thought it may be possible depending on the queue size there, but very hit or miss. So we sprinted the length of Disneyland instead of queuing 20mins for the monorail and arrived at the tower to find the estimated queue time at 90mins. We had about 80 if we really pushed it, including ride time so we couldn’t do it. So we went ...