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... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of New beers: 82
# of times we did laundry: 7
#of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 27
# of holes Amber's sneakers: ...
... a lot of people performing their prayers in various styles from coin tossings, to double clappings, smoke wafting, etc.Offering my own respect to the traditions here, I too partook in the smoke wafting and coin tossing and wish making before I head on off to lunch. having some soup and noodles in the nearby eatery, I came back again to capture this place at night. I'm glad I did. It was amazing! I had planned on coming back here around night time because ...
... not been To rebut Is language barrier and hermetic attitude towards different nations. Don't misunderstand me. People in Tokyo are very open to help when you seems confused, signage in Tokyo is in Japanese and English, but..... by chance we have found ourselves at International Jazz Festival where one of stars of evening was polish band. Zero English signs or information desk or people who could explain you in english where to find stage have scarred us away. ...
... around 1:30am. We stayed up for a couple hours checking out all the details of the apartment, and went back to bed around 3:30am. We were up again around 7am, and felt okay as the sun was shining and the weather was pleasant. We did not hesitate to take a nap though early in the day and started to try our best to reset our internal clocks.
That morning, we unpacked the rest of our luggage and realized there are not enough hangers ...
... to the hotel and ensured that I had a
booking there before she left. I thanked her profusely.
checking into the hotel at Chuo, Tokyo,
I decided to explore what best I could in the evening. After checking with the
hotel reception regarding a direct subway train to Tokyo tower, I went to the
subway station. This time I was better off; I asked for the fare and took my
own ticket. I strolled around ...