Mitsui Garden Hotel Shiodome Italia-Gai
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... travelers running around the airport. My lime green journal kept me company as I jotted down the details of the trip. I boarded the plane, and the downside of the flight was getting a seat window. I love the view, but every time you want to get up to use the bathroom, you have to wake up not one, but two people next to you and make them get up. Not fun. On the bright side, the seats had tv screens. I watched the first half of Identity Thief and spent a good ...
... one with them. It took us a few tries (the cheapest suitcase at the first place we tried was $800 and that wasn't quite in my budget), but I was able to find one that was the right size and price. Kacey also ended up getting a new one - she had bought more than she planned. With our new luggage and purchases from the shop, we headed back to rest up for dinner. For dinner, Haruna met up with us at our hotel and took us to a place to try Monja - Tokyo's version of the okonomiyaki we had ...
... you out with declaring excess valuation for your luggage.” Really, Delta?! What a joke.
Sidenote: Excess valuation for luggage is simply where you declare that the contents of each piece of luggage exceed the federally mandated $3300 maximum value guarantee. Simply put-- where the airline to actually lose your luggage, if you declare excess valuation (you can go up to $10k supposedly on Delta airlines), Delta would have to reimburse you for the ...
... clean and organised and structured, and the Bruce Cockburn song "Tokyo" kept playing over and over in my head; "Oh Tokyo, I never can sleep in your arms..."
The Cerulean Towers is a lovely hotel and my corner room on the 30th floor has great views over the Tokyo skyline to both west and north. I dumped the bags and asked reception for a map and directions to the closest place I could get a bite to eat and a drink. The girl suggested a place called Syoyo and ...
... a bar when I stumbled on a random bar that seemed to attract many foreigners at the end of one of the main streets, I started talking to some guys at the bar and I thought hold on that accent - they're aussie - my first aussies lol
You never realise that we have an accent until you go overseas, it sticks out like a sore thumb in somewhere like Japan - your standard 'white person' in Japan tends to be American after all.
I got talking to ...