The Hilltop Hotel
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... emperor. I read that the bridge has long been considered one of the most beautiful structures in Japan, its simple elegance contrasting with the wildness of the river, the green hills and the gushing river. Standing there listening to the roar of the water coursing along and kicking up a fine mist I find myself exhaling, there is always something so calming I find about being near water. Despite the heavy traffic zooming by and the busy commerce of life in Nikko I ...
... climbing the stairs up to street-level we had no idea what our first view of Tokyo would look like. Coming out of the stairwell we were met with silence. It was 7am on a Sunday morning in one of the busiest districts in one of the busiest cities in the world. And there was hardly a soul in sight. We looked up and down the street – cool air, the hum of traffic, bright sunshine – we’d made it, we’d found our way to Tokyo!
Our hotel was only ...
... food is gorgeous, we are the only westerners in the place. The udon come in gigantic bowls with lots of sauce, a bit like ramen but better. I have a wagyu beef curry type one and Mark has katsu curry one which he is very excited about!
I have decided that Tokyo's smell is barbecue as you smell it cooking everywhere:-) ...
This is the largest fish market in the world. It opens at 4 am for actual buyers to attend the auction and to go through to secure the items their customers need. All of the hotels and restaurants have their buyers attend and hand select what they will need for their operations each day...on some level. It may not be that deep per location, but this ...
... seats in the center of Row 4. Apparently it’s the first time they’re flying the 787 internationally and getting to test out the premium seats! (The pilots have a rest cabin at the front of the plane just behind the cabin, but if BusinessFirst is not full, they will take their meals there since there’s more space.)
We reached the Pacific Ocean at 5:41 a.m. over southwest Alaska. I reclined my seat into flat-bed mode ...