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As awesome as Tokyo has been, this pulsating metropolis can wear you out after awhile, with all its sights and sounds inevitably overwhelming your senses. Luckily for us, there are also a number of quieter, more traditional neighbourhoods to visit, including Ueno, Asakusa, and Yanaka. Parts of these neighbourhoods would be completely out of place …
... friend over so we drank tea at the dinning table and talked. He spoke fluent English so I was glad. During the conversation, he tried to teach me a little Japanese. I was shown my room and it was a huge tatami room all to myself. I was really happy and quickly strewn my stuff everywhere. After about 20 minutes, we went out to eat at a really nice restaurant. We were served tea and started looking at the menu. There were a lot of pictures so I was happy. I ordered ...
... they pour from the big bottle and not just give you a mini...the flight attendant was very generous :-) Some sort of smoked white fish to start, hamburger steak with gravy/potatoes/green beans, fruits for dessert. Had a bottle (~2 glasses) of "Art's Cabernet" to accompany the meal. Was actually quite good. Mid-flight snack was a turkey sandwich...it was OK. Second meal before landing, another hot ...
... and also uneventful. Flight crew with Air New Zealand was very friendly & accommodating. Flew business class, but we were on a smaller plane and the seats were not "lie flat" so we were not able to get as much sleep on this leg as we had hoped! Arrived in Auckland at 10 am on Friday, the 6th after traveling 27 ...
... s like no matter what happens, I just have to peacefully accept it and live with it. Regardless of whether or not I complain about the cold cruel climes of winter, it's still going to be winter until winter has exhausted itself. So, why not peacefully accept the cold time. Enjoy the snow, and know that the world must die in order to be annually reborn.
There was a time in my life for spacious solitude, now there is a time for cramped comradery.
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Nothing fancy, but convenient to the airport, just minutes away by free hotel shuttle. Perfect for those with an early flight out of Narita.
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