Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside
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... great looking effects forged into the steel and went on my way.
I made my way past a few other shops searching through a few china shops along the way until I arrived at the temple. Although it was lots less crowded today lots of people were still about doing last minute offerings and donations. Feeling quite hungry I made my way through them eating a few dishes along the way. I then returned to the hotel to drop off my shopping.
When I got back ...
... which was good. It is a big hotel about 13min walk from the station.
We managed to find the Museum of Emerging Technologies which was like a super version of our Power House a lot about physics, satellite technology hi-tech in the medical field. It was very crowded on the day we went since it was a schools day, hence the 2pm demonstration of the Honda robot Ashimo was very crowded. It is quite small but it walks hops and moves its arms and fingers ...
... Jo, fins i tot vaig agafar un petit llibre de receptes de balena.
Amb tot el que včiem, perň, se’ns va regirar una mica l’estómac i vam decidir entornar-nos-en a l’hotel a dormir un parell d’hores. Va ser un dia estrany perquč ens vam llevar per segona vegada a l’hora de dinar i vam anar tot el dia una mica zombies, com amb jetlag, perň l’experičncia va valer ...
... but found the street more akin to Collins Street or Rodeo Drive. After another let-down, we decided to split up, with the girls heading towards Fabric Town again, and me in search of Japanese display food. We have mastered the trains now so getting to the other side of Tokyo is easy.
Had a wonderful time wandering around what could only be called "kitchen town". Everything you ever wanted for ...
... bits which I thought there would be but good to see. Then we got on the Monorail from Shi****wa on the Yurikamome Line to Odaiba where the fake Statue of Liberty was. The highlight was actually the trip across the bridge which showcased the whole city. Scott sitting next to me said it was the Photobooth where I made him take photos with me like the Asians which was very funny and came out pretty well! Super hot again by this stage so ...