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... is what sets the trains apart--during busy hours, hired pushers literally shove people onto the train and help the doors close. We had to split up in order to force our way on (and this was not considered a rush hour). Mike collapsed the stroller, and I held Will. I've taken Will on the DC metro countless times, and he has always enjoyed it. However, he completely melted down on this hot, cramped ride. Every time the doors opened. He cried, "Off Off" followed by "No No No" when ...
... forever (sorry this is playing at time of writing and needed to be written down - oh and not the Soup Dragon's version from the 1990s). I knew I would squeeze in dragons somewhere whilst talking about Japan. As we go from window to window we spot Yoyogi park and try to determine other land marks. After this we head back to the underground and towards Takeshita Street (yes, it sounds like something else and my school boy humour suddenly kicks ...
... one conventional and a longer one that was driven by a suicide crew. Also on display was the Locomotive No.31 which took part in the opening ceremony of the Thai-Burmese Railroad. Having seen the war graves of those who died making this railway and the dreadful history behind it, it was a little surreal looking at the locomotive. There was nothing written about the how the railway was made, well, not in English anyway. In fact, there was little mention of the more ...
Today we went to the Mori Art Museum located in the Mori Tower.
After enjoying the view from above we entered the museum.
There was a exhibition about children as go-between and how their view on the world is. For example children who moved to another country where their parents hadn`t yet adjust to the new culture/tradition and where the children had to grow up and rely a lot on theirselves.
There was a piece of ...
... all the late night eating and drinking, well planned early morning sight seeing was virtually non existent.
We started this sunny afternoon with a trip over to historic Ueno-koen (Ueno park) in the north, the city's most famous cherry (hanami) blossom viewing spot. The season for cherry blossoms, which always attracts massive crowds, was pretty much over but we thought we'd try our luck anyways. Bummed at first, we were thankful to find ...