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... look up how to get there and am directed to the subway. On my
way to the subway I find something highly curious. I am fairly certain that
anyone reading this will have heard of the Batmobile. Most of you will also
have heard of the Batwing. I think there’s even a Batmarine. In the last
Christopher Nolan trilogy there is also a very cool looking Batbike. Never
before, however, have I seen what I am now dubbing the Batcycle. First time for
... my exact seat position looks like a very complicated remote, and I think my favorite is the delightful little pulse-looking one as it's a roller massager. I mean, why wouldn't I love one of those?!
Ok, fighting to sleep again time is over. I'm going to try the reading trick and kill a few more hours befit lights come on. From what my screen says we are past Anchorage and I have seven hours to ...
... For dinner, our plan was to find a conveyor belt sushi place. Tina found one close by and got great directions to it, so we headed there. It was in the Keio Mall in Shinjuku Station, amidst many other restuarants. Except it wasn't. We followed the directions to a T (pass this shop, go down these stairs, etc), but there was nothing. We walked back and forth in the mall for probably an hour but there was no sushi place. We were crestfallen. It must have closed. Deciding ...
... We wander down streets and alleys that are full of young couples, groups, as well a fair share of touts. There is a full spectrum of shops, restaurants, bars and "parlours" for various purposes. There are dance clubs, punk bars, and the famous Robot Restaurant. After putting up with a few too many South African touts, we decide to call it a night and head back to our hotel.
Around 10 we went next door to the Tokyo-Edo museum and saw several exhibits from the Tokugawa and Meiji eras. It was a good museum. When Cari tried to feed Carmen in a dark corner, a staff member took us to a special room with a crib that they had reserved for families. Never saw one of those before! No time for a nap really because soon after another family showed up. Oh well.
With Carmen growing more cranky, we ...