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... in snow laden Sapporo would have been quite difficult. Somehow, Chris doesn't seem to need as much training as I would have required. Once we were out on the street there wasn't really any need to know which way to go, since you followed some part of the 36,000 runners or 1 million spectators. It was a bit worrisome in the beginning though since you didn't quite know what you were standing in line for and it was getting to the point where the bag drop was closing. I wished ...
... place in my life.
The sidewalks were so crowded with people it was hard to even cross somewhere to get into a store. Didn't take much of that before I was ready to get out of the crowd. I also think I am one of only 5 Americans in this part of the country. I felt like I stuck out big time!
For dinner I decided to try out a little travel café down ...
... it’s like a different caste.
The train system in Tokyo defies comprehension. The subway map resembles an exploded schematic for a bowl of spaghetti; I don’t understand how it is possible to figure out how to get anywhere without a subway map, a geographical map with subway stations marked, and some kind of online trip planner that tells you where to transfer. Even then, you’ll blow it: there are multiple ...
... Trail 2 which then got us back on to Track 1 to get back to the start. It was good but tiring, and took us 5 hours in all. We got the train back to Shinjuku and stopped off for a meal at Bangkok Kitchen on the way back to the hotel. It was our first proper meal since getting here (as Burger King doesn't really count), it was delicious and a nice quiet restaurant, though could have had more ambience if they'd been playing Thai music as opposed to English pop ...
... about new surgical and diagnostic procedures. I was very glad to see that they had English translations for all their information posts. At about 1pm, we queued up for our first film which was a supposedly 4D experience. The film was called Spacewalk and we were given big 3D glasses to wear. I wish I could tell you more about what it was about but there was no English translation so I was completely lost. The images were of the Earth ...