Keisei Hotel Miramare
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... I paid $200 for similar ones at Shoe Clinic in Napier. After 3 hours of walking round shopping centres I decided to ride a couple of Kms to a Japanese/Italian restaurant Emma told me about. Rode up the tiny alleyway street 3 or 4 times but couldn't find it. I'll try again tomorrow cause they do a 2 course lunchtime salad and pasta meal with a cuppa for about $10.
I was so hungry I rode back to shopping mall and had 3 pieces of ...
... two days of exploring in Tokyo and boy did we pack it in!!! Here are some of the highlights: Harajuku district Fish market Electronic district Imperial palace Tokyo tower Shibuya crossing Tokyo station Apart from all this we ate some amazing food.....ramen, sushi, tempura, gyoza, soba, yakatori....it was incredible!!! Next time we come back to japan we will definitely explore more and head to other cities because what we saw, we absolutely ...
... at about 3,000 feet above sea level, bound for Fuji's "5th station" at about 7,000 feet above sea level where we would begin our climb. Blessedly, it was refreshingly, relatively cool at 7,000 feet. Thank goodness. Historically, a climb of Mt. Fuji started at the Fujiyoshida level, but now with the paved road to mid-mountain, this is where most people start their climb which thousands and thousands of people do each July and August. We were told ...
... went back to the Ninja restaurant, where a ninja led us through a secret passage (complete with drawbridge!) to our table. We were then met by ninja number two, who brought us a ninja menu. The food was actually really good -we had rice in bamboo (which the ninja set on fire at the table!), chicken wings with chilli and cashew, this sort of beef cheek pie (in the shape of a fish!?), Japanese sweet and sour pork and ribs. Then ...
... man being beaten accepted his punishment with ungrudging obedience. I was shocked and looked into the eyes of the man administering the beating.
It was the waiter from our table.
I was confused and looked questioningly at my friend who was half-Japanese, perhaps he could explain what was going on.
Meanwhile the cowering man had risen to his feet, still holding his head down he waited patiently. The waiter began bobbing up and down, like ...