Pearl Hotel Kawasaki
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... we were greeted by the MS Nautica, sitting high and pretty at dockside. From the ground the ship looks enormous but in reality, with a passenger list of only 620 persons it is on the small side of the mid-size ships. Check-in is easy and soon we enter our home for the next 20 days. The cabin is of a good size and has a sliding glass door that opens onto a teak terrace with a table and chairs. Wifi is available, however, only if there is an ...
... convert some of the prices to Latin numbers.
(3) Japanese people are obsessed with video games at any age. We saw 15 year olds playing in an arcade on a Saturday night at 1AM alongside 50-year-old businessmen in suits. And they are amazing at DDR/Taiko Drums/ and pretty much any other game.
(4) There is very little diversity in Tokyo -- I saw maybe 20 white people altogether, even in the tourist hot spots. I imagine this is even more stark the further into ...
... as to a small garden beside.
We walked back down the Nakamise but not on the main drag. The side part was certainly devoid of people although one poor old shopkeeper was almost knocked off her feet by an exuberant Chinese shopper.
From Sensoji, we walked to Kappabashi Street again. This is "Kitchen Town".
There are so many things that ...
... After chatting in English for 5-10 minutes, the driver surprises us all by turning around and joining our conversation with strong English. One of the girls from the U.S. was talking about her home town, which the taxi driver had travelled too. He had apparently traveled all over America and seem quite well educated. The only reason he was ‘behind the wheel’, was so he could go and travel whenever he wanted. He seemed like a champ.
Now – I ...
... had planned their days out in the park, the blossoms were already starting to scatter.
However, I did get to see the outside of the Imperial Gardens as the cherry trees were just bursting into bloom, walk along the Meguro River of an evening when the blossoms were at their peak, and spend part of a day in Inokashira Park, being showered by falling petals, so it wasn't a total wash.