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... every 5 minutes or so. So the consequence of missing that train is minimal.
On the first day of my Japan Rail Pass, I made an excursion from Yokohama to the Chiba suburbs on the other side of Tokyo. On the way, I stopped at Tokyo Station to take some pictures of the recently restored station. It's quite grand, with brick exterior walls that are rare in Japan, and generally not a good idea in earthquake zones. My first ...
... towel? He nods and smiles...ugh. So I just sigh, toss the big towel into the locker, grab that dinky towel that can barely cover my face and walk off into this huge room with roughly half a dozen different baths to sit in, both indoors and outdoors and try to ...look natural as though I've done this hundreds of time already. The baths felt amazing, especially the outdoor one. After soaking in just about all of them, I didn't get into the smaller bath with like ...
... were coming and going. They all came out with a cup of noodles in a blow up plastic case... A little odd. Went back to Nikki's house and was good to have a shorter day. We decided to just wonder down the street for dinner. We had our own little private room for dinner and was very cute. I had a vodka sour which was delicious. An alcoholic drink that is like a sweet simple cocktail. I could have had 10 happily, however just 2. It was a nice last dinner with Nikki and ...
... I bought toy spin tops for the boys, a small mirror and two toothpick holders, one boy and one girl....very cute. Our next stop was a drive through Owakudani Valley for a view of Hakone National Park. We stopped and walked up to the geothermal hot springs, where you could purchase regular eggs that turn black when boiled in sulfur laden hot springs. It has been said that if you eat a black egg, your life will be extended 7 additional years. Inside, the black ...
... a coffer of wine, we were all getting along swimmingly.
The food arrived by the plateful, slices of sashimi and tempura seafood that looked suspiciously un-Italian, (but were very good.)
We were practically force fed course upon course, and the drinks just kept on flowing.
Words started to slur, and everyone seemed to be touching each other, massaging each others shoulders, or spitting out their food as they enthusiastically shouted at one ...