Mitsui Garden Hotel Kashiwa
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Zain likes apple juice and cookies and I called him a child. I slept a lot on the plane, so did he, just a different times. We played monopoly deal and I pawned. They were playing inglorious basterds which is completely inappropriate for a plane going from San Francisco to Japan. The plane had a lot of turbulence when we were landing, Zain fell asleep, he gets light headed when the plane takes off and lands. It was sad to say bye to Zain, I won't see him for so long, and I know ...
... in snow laden Sapporo would have been quite difficult. Somehow, Chris doesn't seem to need as much training as I would have required. Once we were out on the street there wasn't really any need to know which way to go, since you followed some part of the 36,000 runners or 1 million spectators. It was a bit worrisome in the beginning though since you didn't quite know what you were standing in line for and it was getting to the point where the bag drop was closing. I wished ...
We arrived in Tokyo at 5:15 PM. The flight was 13 hr 45 min. Japan is 13 hours ahead of Eastern Standard time.
When we arrived in Tokyo, retrieved our luggage, went through customs and were met by a representative of Overseas Adventure Travel. We got Japanese yen from the ATM 98 yen to $1. Then we took an hour and a half bus ride to downtown to the terminal. Then a taxi ride to our hotel. The airport is ...
... the world. A fact from the lonely planet guide and trip advisor.
One side of this stunning city you would not entirely expect, is the hotel and living accommodation. Me and Kim stayed in what looked like a giant chest freezer or pod as its known. it had the floor space of a three seater sofa, but still managed to fit a bed, TV/radio, mirror and shelving inside. Stacked on top of each other to save space, they fit into what would be a small one bedroom back home, but can hold ...
... and is engaged to an Aussie so she is obviously a smart young lady! Akiko acted as tour leader getting us to the stadium which was good of her. As I said before it was extremely windy so conditions for the fans weren't ideal to say the least! Unfortunately we didn't get the result we were hoping for although our hopes soared when we scored first but eventually we went down 3-1 :(
In typical ACL tradition it was raining at the end of the game so we caught a bus back to the ...
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