Intercontinental Plaza Hotel
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... and a large karaoke bill, the decision was taken that the train was all a bit difficult and we should get a cab anyway. Profligate... As soon as the call was made early on Saturday afternoon to return to the guaranteed carnage of the beer festival to meet English couple martin and Davina and some of their Japanese friends, the dye was cast for another boozy onslaught which thankfully ended much earlier than previous nights but ...
... to crack a raw egg into a bowl, mix a little soy sauce with it and then pour over white rice. Tom was a little bit bolder than me and gave it a try. See attached for pictures of the food - it was delicious. 4) Shibuya Crossing This is the Times Square equivalent in Japan. It is super crowded and they were blasting some type of Japanese pop. All in all, it had a cool vibe and some fun shopping. People watching here is also great, ...
... as I expected more. I thought being the only White guys on this ride, they'd have a little fun at our expense. Sadly no one was around besides the ticket takers.
After leaving Cosmo World, We visited another large shopping center called Yokohama World Porters. We had a look around the food court which for a moment, I ended up getting lost from my partner. It took a while to find him. It was good to get out of the sun for a bit and check out ...
... my table, scribbling an unofficial (ie not to be published with the others) chapter of this journal, I'd look up regularly to make sure I wasn't missing anything. Tokyo is a humongous metropolis - 35 million people in the metro area - but a clean, safe and organised one. It's size can really only be appreciated from high up.
A cover charge would kick in at 7:00pm so once I'd drunk the two pints that I could afford and appreciated the now-dark-but-illuminated-city views from ...
... the whole place gave off a great atmosphere that was so enjoyable and all the characters bought back many happy childhood memories.
We had a great day walking around going on as many rides as possible, our favorites were; It’s a small world, Splash mountain and Space mountain.
We had planned to meet Naoki for dinner so at dusk it was time to leave, however not before we had hit the Penny Arcade which was full of arcade games from the old days – it was ...