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... station has wifi, so I could check the list of sights and spot that the JR (Japanese railways) towers, built in 1999, were right above my head, with restaurants and beauty parlours on the panorama deck, floor 51. I took a ride. The lift goes straight from floor 13 to 51, and I emerged feeling slightly nauseous. A ride in itself. The floor itself is small, and you can only get a peek at the view through the windows of the businesses up there. I decided I ...
... out of Tokyo I noticed it had leant right over; smoothly, like, this isn't a ******* pendolino. Acceleration and deceleration are also smooth, the latter accompanied by nice shhh noises from the brakes. I snoozed and before I knew it we were at Nagoya and I could stroll. My sense of direction hasn't improved by being used more, and I confused myself as to which side of the station I'd come out, not helped by attempting to use the grand hotel as a landmark and ...
... fed and full, it was now time to see how the old meets the new. The streets we were now walking on had an Apple store, Old Navy, Gucci, Starbucks, etc. Popping in and out of a few stores, tiredness was setting in. Back to Yuki's for a shower and fresh clothes. We went out for dinner, where seafood pancake was the restaurants main dish. Another great meal, and another day in the books. Mt. Fuji area is the plan for the next few ...
... we went to a local BBQ restaurant. Yuki took care of the ordering and shortly after a plate of chicken wings was on our table. Very tasty, with a salt and pepper like flavour. After it was off to a 100 yen store, which is like a better version of our dollar stores. With Halloween not far away, there was lots of Halloween stuff to buy. Surprisingly I didn't see any Halloween candy. By some goodies at the grocery store, than back to Yuki's and relax for the rest of the ...
... while in the bathroom; one in the lavatory of the plane and one in the Japanese airport. (Don't worry, friends, they're safe for work.) If you're going to be taking pictures in the bathroom, make sure you turn the sound all the way down on your cell phone. There are few things more awkward than waiting for the bathroom on the plane and hearing the faux clicking and film reel progress sound of a cell phone camera on the other side of the door from some ...
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