Shibuya City Hotel
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... to Harajuku for more Shopping.
Ashlyn ended up with some new clothes but all I got were some nice Sony ear buds,
I'm pleased to say we survived the Tokyo subway in peak hour and didn't get lost.
Now my feet are killing me so tonight it's just a shower and relaxing in preparation of another big day tomorrow.
Our sleep patterns are getting a bit better now. We are all totally exhausted when we finally hit the hay at night (and Colson usually is zonked out about an hour or more before that). We wanted to make a good start to the day so we were up early (around 6am) and we headed out towards Omatesando to get some breakfast. The apartment that we are staying at is a great location in that it is only a 5 minute walk from Shibuya station. We found out over the weekend that being only 5 ...
... 1:60 ratio) looks like they have no idea why they're there and they probably don't know either. Didn't buy anything, yet, but I have to say EVERYTHING IS SO EXPENSIVE. Like... 7000¥ for a simple skirt..... Now I'm going to an other store. Have some (probably bad quality) ...
... 60 and it was all fish, we thought maybe not. The whole area was cruel to me...lots of places I really can't shop in having spent 4 weeks travelling! So we headed over to Shibuya which is where the 'youth' hang out and the home to the busiest street crossing in the world (although maybe we got there at a quiet time as I expected more madness - there were people taking pics of it though). That was cool, lots of little bars in one street and ...
... shoulder to shoulder. The streets are lit by the bright neon lights. I learn that Toyko will be the site of the summer Olympics in 2020. Eventually, Jason leaves for his 45 minute subway ride home and I go the opposite direction, once again to test my skills on the Tokyo subway system.