Somerset Azabu East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Today as expected we had a cloudy morning and rain in the afternoon and evening. So we took in a museum and did some shopping. The latter graciously accepted by John. :-). The Nezu Museum houses the private collection of the Tobu Railway founder Kaichiro Nezu (1860-1940) who had an interest in collecting Chinese and Japanese art objects such as calligraphy scrolls, ceramics of the Ming Dynasty, and bronzes of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. There is also ...
... little more browsing of the streets, went into a department store, decided to skip Cat street due to the flocks of tourists, and headed to Yoyogi park. The park was huge, so we just covered a very tiny loop of it, then headed on our way back to Shibuya. We did a little more shopping at Shibuya, went to muji, took some sticky photos, then had dinner at a ramen place. We returned home at 11pm exhausted, and got ready to pack all our things for checkout on ...
... The whole space would be very similar in size to our family room.
Phil - Now that was a long trip. We were delayed in the Gold Coast for an hour as the 1st Officer flying the plane forgot his passport and had to go home to get it. I can see why he is the 1st Officer and not the Captain. Hope he remembers to put the wheels down when we come into land.
Got to watch 3 movies for the $10 jetstar charge. Not a ...
... along with noodles. The restaurants at the airport are styled like a quaint Japanese village. The top floor has many cute stores, and a whole floor dedicated to kids! This airport is amazing! A 6 hour sit in between flights, flew by!
I was lucky to get another business class seat on my way home, for free, by listing with a boarding last priority, it's an amazing benefit I have with my job. I'm very lucky and blessed to have chosen this career, it suits me ...
... for rows of tuna maguro and for me a humble bowl of tuna, salmon and fish roe on rice. Each mouthful is divine, the freshness of the seafood which was caught only hours before is an experience that you shouldn’t miss out on if you are ever in Tokyo. It is just blissful. I read that Tokyo has more Michelin hats than any other city in the world, judging from the food at the humble markets it is entirely believable. All too soon, bags are packed and it is time to ...