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Travel Blogs from Ota
... bad pig was gone, which made for great entertainment for the crowd which had formed around the spectacle.
We then made our way to another ride that Charlotte wanted to go on, the wild west rollercoaster, and found that unsurprisingly the fastpasses for this ride were all gone, and the wait time was 75 minutes. Out of the question then. I offered to stand with the girls, but they, like me, just can't justify standing ...
... going to bed. However, I slept poorly and was awake in the middle of the night. Thinking that I would like to make it to Takasaki, halfway across the width of Japan, I thought I might as well get started early even though it was dark. I had brought along lights, both front and rear, and traffic was light for a Sunday morning. I was on the street by just after 5 AM.
I started off by riding along the main roads which ...
... clerk; everyone had a gentle, respectful, quiet demeanour, which communicated that giving the best service was of the utmost importance.
We took the express train ($30 each) from the airport to the central Tokyo Station, where we would switch to the metro. It was an hour long ride on a very modern, extremely clean train that had flushing toilets and swivel seats that were turned to face the direction the train was going. Considering our ...
... br> delightful all the same. Early to bed,
big day tomorrow. (wifi brill bx)
Thursday 29th March
8am Breakfast…………. Wow……………. A tray with 6 different small
portions of things………….. fermented soya beans, see through rice noodles (I
think) with very tasty clear sauce………. Crispy gherkins, what looked like minute
... and checking out a gazzilion tea paraphernalia offerings. Since I don't drink tea my interest soon waned. The shopping area was fun to go through, narrow street, an occasional bicycle or small motor scooter, and lots of little stalls selling a vast assortment of basic staple items. No adequate way to describe the fabulous pleasing scent wafting out of the little bread/pastry shop. Steve had a ...