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Spent our last day in Vegas souvenir shopping then had a typical Vegas buffet dinner at Planet Hollywood. Just as we were about to pay a couple jumped in and gave us a 25%25 off voucher which saved us a heap. The buffet was massive, and we pigged out especially on the desserts. Afterwards we walked the strip which is a few miles but so much easier at night as it's a lot cooler. So saw weird sites, a big black guy in a bikini, ...
... I guess.
At the station, we went to get our JR passes (Japan Rail) and I got called for my neat handwriting to help fill out the passes. I then ate my food and went to a vending machine and got lemonade. It was amazing. It consisted of 50 lemons and had no high fructose corn syrup; they used sugar instead. I could really taste the difference. Lainie and I then went to Starbucks. The sizes were short, tall, grande and venti. The ...
... experiences complete with blood orange sorbet and almond custard.
Imagine having Yoshinoya beef bowl at 35000 feet.
Maybe it's because we haven't flown long distances on a foreign airline since our trip to Australia but we appreciated the gracious attention of all the flight attendants. And here's one for you frequent fliers. We did not hear anything from the flight deck until ...
... gu Shrine and strolling about on a beautiful day. We came across a lotus pond with lotus leaves six feet off the pond surface. It must look amazing when it is flowering. There were half a dozen artists sketching the lotuses and the Bentendo Shrine behind it. We continued on and found another pond that had paddle boats and paddle swans for hire. We of course went for two swans, George and Mags in one and Jess and I in the other. We had ...
... fish-like pancake filled with bean jam) grilled on charcoal fire.
Had tea at Wako Annex Ginza near hotel. Wako 和光 is a traditional department store in Ginza and its tea salon is where the sophisticated Tokyoite tai tai hang out. Very expensive but the dessert is very good. I had a double chocolate tea set which is like a chocolate mousse, very smooth and great chocolate flavour but not too sweet with beautiful chocolate ganache ...