Tokyo Marriott Hotel
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... a nice lunch somewhere. Ollie found that they had a Sizzler steak restaurant nearby so we went there. We couldn't believe our luck when we saw what we could have for lunch, as they had a full buffet that came with our steak. We tucked in and ate a lot of food.
After filling our boots we went to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building as they offered free views of Tokyo from the 41st floor. It was a much clearer day today so luckily for us we were able ...
... it, just like when you hold one rather than two hand rails on their metro, you realise that one is just not meant disturb or take up space. Please. Thank you. Bow. 11. Backwards. I don't mean backwards as in 'out of date' - the Japanese are far from that - I mean that things are done in reverse of how we would usually expect. For example, you pay when you exit the bus, you count bills by flicking them forward, you pay at fast food restaurants in a machine ...
... was clearly not the right story for Nomie to hear but it was too late, we were armed with head torches and thermals ready to brave the deep dark cave. The deepest part was at the very beginning where you walked in about waist deep. This however was a little higher on Nomie and she got quite the shock when her breath was taken away by the chilly waters....brrrrrr. Tim heroically came to the rescue and piggy backed her to safety. It was such a fun experience to wander through ...
... to the ground on a rainy day, and I was the only person to help pick him up. Or when I personally fainted in a crush on the train on a commute to work, and no one even tried to see if I was okay, or sit me down.
Having only had a couple of drinks, and being a woman I myself was reluctant about trying to get involved in a scrap between two grown men, but there are somethings that you simply cant just ignore, regardless of the when-in-Rome approach.
Late night resulted in a lie in and lunch at the hotel! We also decided that we needed more time in Tokyo so we changed the trip so we could stay in tokyo longer, expecting a substantial mobile bill when we get back.
We finally got out into glorious sunshine - 20 degrees at about 2 o'clock, we had a walk down to Shinjuku Gardens (stopping at a random temple on the way) which ...
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