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... it has been rated the best Thai restaurant in Tokyo by the Lonely Planet. The restaurant was hidden on the third floor. You would never know that it was there. Even the very ornate door to the restaurant was closed. Unfortunately, all restaurants in Japan appear to allow smoking.
The food was authentic Thai but the smoke was certainly very off putting. Joseph and Shigeki were both dripping with sweat from the heat of the chilli. We had chilli ...
... some of Tokyo's islands and these trains belong to a private company. I struggle a bit with ordering a round-trip ticket from the machine.
The "Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation" is not quite what I expected. There is rather few exhibits and the hole place is absolutely overrun by schoolchildren. I go through the exhibits rather quickly.
Steps / strides today: 17489
We started the day with a breakfast buffet at the hotel, which had a combination of Western and Japanese breakfast items, so naturally we ate both! We took the train to Hamamatsucho Station and walked to the San'en-zan Zojo-ji shrine, which is pretty much at the foot of Tokyo Tower. Zojo-ji is the head temple of a particular sect of Japanese Buddhism in the Kanto region. We had a look around, but remained respectful! One really ...
... up outside the shops, waiting for them to open at 11am. Unbelievable! It was a sea of umbrellas, as far as the eye could see.
When Shigeki arrived, we had to decide on where to go to have lunch. He had 3 hours off today. We decided on Shibuya, an upmarket suburb for "semi-matured" kids, as Shigeki put it. Harajuku was for the immature ones and Shinjuku was for the older matured adults. As usual, we went round and round Shibuya and ended up in the red ...
... the only one to stick to the plan ;-).
A Tauck representative meets us at Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport and arranges transfer to our historic landmark hotel : Sofitel Legend Metropole. Peggy Gundlach’s luggage, unfortunately, does not make the tight connection in Tokyo so she has to file a baggage claim.
The hotel is in downtown Hanoi, 40 minutes from the airport. We drive past many interesting sights,including the wholesale ...