Hotel Monterey Akasaka
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... out popped a stick. My stick had the number 70 on it. I searched the draws that made up the booth and found the number 70. Opening up the drawer I pulled out a piece of paper and walked away. The paper looked to me like a bunch of indecipherable scribbles (not trying to be racist) but luckily on the back was an English translation.
My Fortune for 2015: Bad Fortune – Thunderbolt occurs in the grass garden. Which means that lower people under you give ...
... challenged like myself. We while away a good couple of hours enjoying the air-conditioned comfort of the store and indulging our inner geeks. On Monday we decide to head out to Nikko which is about two and a half hours out of Tokyo. Getting into Nikko via local train there are busses that take you around the whole UNESCO Heritage listed site where you can hope on and off at the various shrines and temples at your leisure. Set in a forest of cedar trees ...
... use the app Line and text Hideko to get what we needed. This line app has been great. It's used through wifi. I haven't even used any of my minutes through AT&T yet. After we got our rail passes we left to take the train to Asakusa again. We went there earlier in the week on the tour but we really didn't have time to look around that long, and we both like to browse. :) Asakusa was busy. There were food vendors at the temple ...
... in the morning. I left Maui on Tuesday afternoon and get to the hostel Thursday morning. I guess the day does not matter too much, since I often do not know what day of the week it is while traveling anyway.
I am checked in and take the elevator to my room. Well, not a room really. It is a bed. A capsule bed. There is a very narrow locker to put my things in, but only small things will fit. No shoes are allowed past the lobby. Slippers ...
... excited to do so. Hiromichi had masterfully prepared separate ingredients for sushi rolls and we got our own seaweed sheets to wrap up our sushi. They explained it as taco’s Japanese style and it was delicious. Afterwards we sampled different Saaki’s (which is Japanese rice wine and whisky), messed on Michi’s decks and played some hilarious games before heading back home. It was a lovely evening!
The easter sunday service was ...