Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... for the trip to be over. Feeling exactly as I did the day before the trip, I've realized that change is hard regardless of what it is. I've grown so accustomed to this place and these people these past three weeks, and have quite honestly had the time of my life. No other experience compares, and no other experience will compare until I take myself overseas again.
Peace out, Japan. It's been incredible through and through. ...
... sit down and make sure Andreas got something to eat and drink. These kind of adventures tend to take time and by the time we were done eating, we decided that maybe we wouldn't have time for convention (plus the que was hours long and we didn't want Andreas to stand out in the sun for so long). Thus, after long contemplation we decided to head to the sunshine aquarium instead. Entrance was 2500 yen wich isn't too expensive ...
... pot pie & salad. We both going to miss the lovely soft fresh bread over here. It really is oishii! After dinner we wandered around the shops and found ourselves on the beauty floor. We both melted when we saw the posters for the massage places and decided our feet needed some care after the week of pounding the pavements. Half an hour of reflexology was heavenly. It was so relaxing and I nearly fell asleep. After that we were ready to fall into ...
... of his worries. Akihabara was amazing, all neon and video screens with shops 7 stories high aimed at teenage manga and anime nerds and electronics buffs - and markets of tiny little shops selling components of the tiniest most intricate bits required to build your own computer, or robot! And then there was all the more 'adult' shops... Less said about that the better. And in a very weird ...
... of these machines. Today, fourth years into the making, it can move in a human like smooth way, run (though slowly), balance to some extend and react to its environment, though it runs. A predefined program designed for a particular environment. To small changes it can deviate, to anything substantial it react with a stop. Still a marvel of engineering in a cute 1,20m package. Over the years the design became light and small with enough battery time to pull of ...