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... and I later found out that the Japanese train system is made up on multiple different companies owning different lines, so it is not cohesive.
We finally made it to our hotel, which can only be described as super cute. It has a little sitting area with a traditional tea set, matching pyjamas for Nat and I, one of those super toilets with all the buttons and little other details like a clothes deodorizer spray.
Do not. I repeat do NOT get suckered in by an all you can drink deal. It just isn't worth it. Especially when you have a train to catch. At one of the busiest stations in all of Tokyo. I wanted to die. Thankfully the public transport system is as flawless as ever so we were quickly in our seats and I had a blissful rest as we sped our way to Tokyo. We arrived and then caught the subway to Yotsuya where we were supposed to meet Shin - our Air BnB host. As we arrived we went in search ...
... the sumo wrestlers actually are. Many (/most?) of the top professionals are taller than 2 meter, making them true giants when you see them walking around. Yes, almost forgot to mention it: you can actually see them walking around when they enter the stadium. There is no VIP or artist entrance for them; they just walk from their parking spot to their dressing rooms through the spectators who are buying their food and drinks. The ...
... The movements were incredible! He could even walk back to his room afterward. The rest of the museum contained a broad array of exhibits focusing on different types of sciences and was encouraging people to think innovatively. With a focus on kids, there were many hands on activities. Luckily it must be a big tourist draw because most of it was in both Japanese and English.
Fred's buddy,.Tyler who is joining us tomorrow for the rest of the trip, has another friend ...
... and Molly was very excited to be there.
However, Molly and I were still a bit tired and sick from the St. Patrick's Day festivities and Molly ended up bailing and going back to the hotel to rest. I stayed out a bit longer and Eloy, Patrick, and me went to a ramen place and had some delicious pork ramen. It's very interesting how ordering ramen is done here. You insert some money into a machine much like a vending ...
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