The Tokyo Station Hotel
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... went to Yokohama and did not get lost at all, except for not being able to find the subway entrance which is next door to my hotel. In Yokohama, at the headquarters of the Japan International Cooperation Agency, there is a small Japan Overseas Migration Museum, which focuses on Oregon (who knew?), Hawaii, California, and Brazil. There is also a section on descendants of migrants who return to Japan to study or live. So it seems to be partly an effort ...
... s de tomar un baño, Azumi me enseñó como hacer un teru teru bozu, てるてるぼ ;うず, literalmente “brilla brilla cabeza-rapada”. El reporte del clima dice que vamos a tener mucha lluvia en los días siguientes y, como vamos a Disney, queremos que nos toque buen clima. El teru teru bozu es un muñeco tradicional japonés que se usa como amuleto para detener la lluvia. Con 1 kleenex hicimos una bola y ...
... our jig on" and went for a nice little walk around the gardens and the park surrounding it. When wed (still no apostrophe key) just about overdosed on our daily allowance of trees (which is apparently never for El, she bloody loves a good tree), we went to Shibuya, which felt properly like I imagined Tokyo to, with all the tall buildings and whatnot. We had a little explore and then the real adventure started when we set out to find authentic Japanese noodles; we ended up buying ...
... The water was convered in rose petals and it was warm and bubbly. We then said goodbye to each other and went into different rooms. The spa was incredible! After we had finished, we felt so relaxed. My dad payed for it, it was $390.00 each!!! I thanked my dad so much and then returned back to the suite. We weren't hungry because at the spa they had fed us with appetizers and that filled us up.
At the suite, we decided what we would do for the day. We thought we ...
... the comforts of a 4-5 star hotel for less than $140 a night.
As to the best tourist attraction, I don’t even know where to begin. I’ve always been interested in pre-Columbian culture so visiting the ruins at Monte Alban and Teotihuacan were a dream come true. The gorgeous deco buildings in South Beach were also marvellous, as was the natural beauty of Barbados and St Lucia, but for me the trip to San Juan Chamulan and the opportunity to see at first hand ...
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