Sakura Fleur Aoyama
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Reasonably priced, very close to Shibuya sta., never closes. The room was clean and the personnel was friendly. All good, will be returning.
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... practise English I think, and we watched the Maestro make their next round. According to what I've heard, his 'Hard Shake' method, for which the bar is famous results in a cocktail that is 'smoother' to drink. Watching him mix the gimlets, his hands a blur, I asked my English speaking barman appreciatively , 'is that the hard shake?' "Hmm. He shrugged resentfully. 'Yeah, that's ...
... veggies. Jerra was actually surprised at how much she liked it. After our meal it was out to see our old place in Shi****wa. The Shi****wa train station was one of the largest in Tokyo and was going through a major renovation just as we were leaving so when we got there it wasn't all that familiar until we got out onto the street to see the Shi****wa Prince Hotel where we stayed. We tried to remember how to get to our residence behind the hotel - we knew it was a bit of a maze ...
Well, our first full day in Japan was awkward. Our rooms weren't ready, they didn't get our days right, the students have to change their own sheets.... Interesting way of doing things here. I'm not casting stones because I am a visitor, I'm just saying... We are having to cram today and tomorrow into one day which will be hard, but .... We have to get our moneys ...
... train even had special luggage bungee locks to secure baggage, but you don't want to forget your combination as they can only be reset at the terminal station. I have even adjusted to local ways, getting annoyed earlier when someone (non-Japanese) cut onto the metro in front of me when I was standing at the front of the clearly designated metro queue area.
The main challenges thus far have been working out the shower and ordering ...
They are very business like in their demeanor. Unlike the people in SE Asia, they do not make eye contact or smile as they pass. I think it is a western, 'developed world' trait. I feel like I am in the U.S. They walk briskly as they move down the sidewalks, many with briefcases. The sidewalks are always filled with pedestrians, unlike in the U.S. where you might be the only one walking down a sidewalk. I attribute this to the fact that so many ride the subways and ...