Rex Inn Funabashi
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Robert texted this morning, saying he was ready to pull on his Turtles-undies anytime and hit the town in the Asakusa-area. My only experience with Asakusa had been the hostel I stayed on the first night I arrived in Japan, so I didn't have much to go on at what to do there. (Back then my goal was surviving till the next day, jetlagged, confused and constantly lost, so when Robert and Andreas asked if I'd gone to the Sensoji Temple yet, I had to say no.) So, Sensoji Temple it was. ...
... a visitor is done with his meal, the entire crew yells "Arigato Gozaimasu" or "thank you very much", quickly cleans the spot and seats the next customer. We soon realized that ramen would be our favorite go-to meal.
We also hit up the Japanese photo booths (per recommendation from Lauryn) called Pirakura -- you choose a booth and then try to navigate through all the Japanese prompts to get your "glam shots" which can be edited ...
... three times. It is not easy for Chinese people to travel to Taiwan as there are many restrictions and they require a visa. We were delayed about a half an hour in Zhengzhou. Finally, I made my way to the transfer counter to find it closed -in the middle of the day might I add. There were numbers for all the airlines for which I had to contact then they would send someone to help me. I'll say it again, working does not seem to be of huge priority, especially when it comes to ...
... gagging, "go to the toilet and spit it out" "I can't it's ru..." She started gagging again. "I'm sure it's ruder being sick all over the table" this caused Kayley to laugh and gag, a dangerous combination which was quickly followed by a quick run to the toilet to spit it out. On her return to the table she noticed that Andy was still chewing the present piece, "can I spit this out now?". Don't get us wrong the experience was fantastic and authentic and the food was ...
... there was 2 spanish people who apparently missed it and kept on turning around... The number of people crossing the street is really impressive. As soon as one flow stopped, more people are coming... There was about one hour to wait until dark so we decided to take a coffee at l'Occitane cafe which has a view on the crossroad, and a nice tea as well. Going back on the streets, the animation is big. Few pachinko around where you can ...
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