Shibuya City Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Business Services
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Hello everyone, John and I are going to attempt writing a Travel Blog! The things you do when you have time in your hands. We'll do our best to keep things short and provide the most interesting of photos to document our adventures. We fly out on Sun. Sept. 27th at 2 pm. 12 hour flight. We arrive in Japan next day Sept. 28 (Mom's Birthday! Betty) at ...
... 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 ...
... inner temple but as this is an active temple it had praying people and I stayed away as not to disturb.
After the park I went to see The National Museum of Nature and Science. This museum is quite big I spent several hours there. It has its own 3D movie theatre and a Foucault pendulum. Nice.
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... hotel, which is a HUGE complex in the middle of Tokyo that had signs plastered all over for the "Powerful Meat Fair". Not sure what exactly they were going for here, but just simply is not correct. I think it was something at the luxury restaurant there and they simply picked the wrong word in the thesaurus to replace "great" or "delicious". Powerful meat - perhaps if I went I would have better understood what they meant. We made it to the Shi****wa Prince Hotel Residence and ...
... it only takes one hour! And again, the products are so cheap! Hoorah!
After that, we wondered around Shibuya a little bit. There is this really nice, Bookstore/weird shop called the Village Vanguard. They sell the weirdest things and the weirdest books. It's not R rated or anything... They just have things like toilet-shaped curry bowls, neon-green beanies with ears, and vintage totes, and lip-shaped ...