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What do you get when you cross early morning Facebook posts with the flexibility of summer? An awesome, spur of the moment outing! Early this morning I was checking in on Facebook to see what all happened back home while I was sleeping, and I saw a local friend post about what she was going to do today. Needless to say, the kids and I were luck enough to tag along.
A short 20 minute drive down the interstate took us to a French ...
... about half an hour, through the center of Tokyo. (Did i mention that Tokyo is a BIG city?) A short walk took me to the Tokyo Skytree, a 634 meter high radiotower. It has two observation decks, one at 350 and another one at 450 meter. I got inside the ticket center and there was a long line of people before me. But with 10 ticket counters and the usual Japanese efficiency the wait wasn't that long. After getting the ticket and having my bag checked by security, i stepped into ...
... going in so many different directions, it's quite a spectacle. For dinner we headed to a sushi restaurant and got to sit at the counter right in front of the chef. The older woman next to us presented us with a portable origami chopstick rest. You can use it and then collapse it so it fits in your pocket. How cute. After dinner we walked up in down some of the neon flooded streets before stopping to do some karaoke. Japanese karaoke is not like the American version where you go to ...
Friday the AOB class started with a de-brief of yesterday's field trip. Mr. Noa called several sailors/Marines to the front to describe their day and adventures. I kept waiting for him to call Joe and me to give our description of "The Griswolds in Japan" but he never did. Their loss.
The rest of the day was all about driving in Japan. We basically had "Driver's Ed"...Japanese style. (Back on the first day, Monday, we were issued a ...
... there are stairs to the left, a hall right in front of you and 2 bedrooms on the right. (These would be the kids' rooms.) Upstairs is the kitchen and living-room. That neat-o fridge is about the size you'd put in a mid-size RV. Not at all what I was thinking, big ol' US fridge. Nope, tiny little Japanese fridge. Then on the 3rd floor, yes THIRD floor, is the laundry, master bedroom and smaller room ...
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