Roman no Mori Kyowakoku Hotel Silk villa
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... have calculated, that means that once I reached the main gate I'm "only" half way, because my office building is on the other site of the campus. After work I leave the office between 17.00h and 18.00h, though due to many reasons it might get a bit later every once in a while. At least once every week I go to the company swimming pool after work for some exercise. This pool is also opened on Sundays, which is very convenient for me since I live ...
... We then locked up his place and headed for the train station. The plan was to drop our bags in lockers at the station where we would catch our airport train and then head off to Shibuya. Unfortunately we only found one large unoccupied locker so had to schlepp Anton's bag with us. Anyway we managed to get on all the right subway and train lines and got to our destination. Shibuya is a major shopping type district with streets lined with tall building all with flashing ...
... to Japan. Grabbing a bite to eat at a quick shop then navigating the railways, we headed off. Kamakura is a seaside town set in a hilly area, chosen for its natural defensive terrain by the samurai. The Samurai brought Buddhism to the area, while still practicing their traditional Shinto spirituality. The area has many old Buddhist temples, Shinto sites and other culturally treasured sites. The town has a lovely boutique main street heading toward some ...
... Rock of Ages and nearly peed in our pants laughing at Russel Brand. Man, that guy is funny! We arrived in Tokyo at lunchtime and managed to find the right train to take us to a station called Shanagawa. Our couch surfing host, Ankit, had given us directions to his house. The train ride was just over an hour. We arrived at the station and managed to find the bus to Yashiyo Park Town. The ride was around 15 minutes or so. We arrived, stepped off the bus and ...
... parade however, was quite well done. But damn noisy. Each float had inbuilt speakers, one or two feet above ground level. Since we were sitting, right at the side of the parade route, and our ears were also one or two feet above ground level, we were blasted with a massive wall of chronically happy Christmas music each time a float went past. I can still hear Jingle Bells ringing in my ears.
As soon as the floats cleared out, ...
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