Hotel Mets Kawasaki
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... as to a small garden beside.
We walked back down the Nakamise but not on the main drag. The side part was certainly devoid of people although one poor old shopkeeper was almost knocked off her feet by an exuberant Chinese shopper.
From Sensoji, we walked to Kappabashi Street again. This is "Kitchen Town".
There are so many things that ...
... and nod from the worker seemed to solidify this mysterious shirts true meaning. "Don't be mean". Ive seen shirts that say say mean people suck or something to that effect so this slogan seemed totally plausible. Mission accomplished or so we thought. We said our thanks and proceeded to ward the register. But one of the two women trying to help us decipher the code had more to add. She looked around confusingly and then proceeded to point to ...
... her mind. We decided to call it a night before the 10pm closing rush delayed our exit.
All in all, today was everything a visit to a Disney park should be, and lived up to every expectation that Disneyland yesterday failed to achieve. If you only have 1 day to choose between Tokyo Disneyland or Disney Sea, there is no contest. Unless you really want to see the light parade, go straight to Disney Sea and don't give it a second thought.
... has pictures. And the fruits here are huge particularly the apples. We get tithe registers and find that the language barrier effects us again. But we soon guess what she is trying to say by pointing to the plastic shopping bag, holding up four fingers and a thumb and saying five yen. We head back to the apartment to bask in our embarrassment, eat some treats and then Junko is picking us up to go to a fair (insert name) with two if her ...
... rail leading down. One thing i have to say, i was impressed with the level of integration between all these differing forms of transport. Everything one ended where another mode of transport started and no wait was longer than ten minutes. Japanese efficiency at work once again.
Once back to Hakone-Yomuto it was another 2 hour journey home and another evening where i'm bloody knackered. I'm starting t think i really should have planned some days off in this ...