Smile Hotel Tokyo Asagaya
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... and big bash smash - an air hockey style game with about 30 pucks at once! Later in the evening when we found a Mai Mai Orange machine with less of an audience, we had a go ourselves and were soon hooked on banging out rhythms on the buttons to crazy Japanese dance music. Kim picked it up instantly and was soon absolutely destroying me on it. We stopped for a spot of dinner at a Katsu joint (not the Katsu joint that I had researched round here, because I forgot to ...
... as authentic.
The first parade we saw exciting because it was bright, happy, and had huge floats and a lot of the characters. But we didn’t get to enjoy the parade from the side because we were in line for the Peter Pan ride. As we were leaving the ride, we caught the tail end and that was my only glimpse of Mickey for the whole day, sad face. The evening light show parade, which I raved about all day because I remember seeing it as a kid and was amazing by all ...
... a smock, covers for my shoes, and gloves. The first step was to soak the cloth in water. I then had to immerse it into a light blue dye. This was then transferred to another dye. It then had to be taken out for about five minutes to let the chemicals interact with oxygen to help turn it to the dark blue colour. After a second dipping in the darker blue and another wait period, the fabric had to be rinsed. I was then able to undue all the elastics to ...
... calm, shopping :-)
On the last day in Tokyo I experinced snow, honestly I actually tried to go around the world without winter, but it caught me there. Anyway, strange as it was, building snowman in Tokyo is still something special!
A next stop was Hiroshima, a must see on my Japan sightseeing list. Hiroshima is today a modern city, except of the peace memorial museum with park and the Atomic Bomb Dome nothing more reminds ...
not to read into anything, but flight luck is much different with than without jess. (though obviously trips with are much better, except for the plane part, haha). last year I got my first taste of first class flying on icelandair, though since it wasn't expected, I didn't really get to take much advantage. this flight to narita was my first experience on air canada executive ...