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... eventually the driver got out of the car and ran to the corner to look down the next block. This is the problem with Japanese addresses. Unlike specific building numbers in the U.S., addresses take you to a certain block in Japan and then you're on your own. The driver found it though and it ended up being a pretty cheap ride, less than $8.
Now that we were in a more populated city, the size of the hotel room shrunk. A lot. We're used to it now, but it still makes for a good ...
... trying new things right?
Getting use to the train system finally so after my big workshop tomorrow (wish me luck) I will be ready to plan some site seeing adventures for the weekend.
Well I have lots of work to do tonight to prepare for tomorrow so keeping this one very short. I sure miss everyone back home!
... actually pay for things here is something you can’t take for granted the way you can in other developed countries.
The following day we got up and headed for Ueno-koen, which is a large, old park – something approximating Central Park in New York City. The National Museum is located there, there’s a zoo, a Shinto shrine, and an enormous lake full of lotus plants. So lots to see in one area, and we spent a nice ...
We ended up eating in Mos Burger, a Japanese McDonalds that have stores throughout Asia, we discovered them in Hong Kong back in 2007.
In total we were on the go for 5 hours 44 minutes and walked 13.14 miles! After that it was back to the hotel for a well earned rest.
Once it got dark we returned to the Metropolitan ...
This morning we ate a quick breakfast and caught a taxi to the station. We caught a local train to the main station and caught our Shinkansen to Tokyo. There were 3 Shinkansens leaving for Tokyo within 10 minutes! It is amazing how many people want to go from Kyoto to Tokyo! Our trip was a 2 hours but we passed the time quickly by watching episodes of downtown abbey, my new favourite tv show. Once off the Shinkansen, ...