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... early in the year for this a couple of trees had just started to change and you could imagine the stunning effect of all the maple trees. Everyone told us to try to view Tokyo from above so we find the municipal government building which allows you to go up to the 45th floor for free! After savouring the bright city lights from up high we had a particular treat lined up for which nothing could prepare us. We would visit the infamous Robot Restaurant. For those that ...
... two different types of bidets (one for men and one for woment), as well as a temperature and pressure control for the bidets. The toilet in our room was so complex that a manual was printed on the wall. Conversely, at the malls they still had a single squat toilet; it was interesting to see what might be the most complex toilet outside of the space station right next door to the most basic of toilets. Christine also managed to find a toilet that made ...
... it means that you can get the hit songs by year and category. The categories are listed identical to the current charts. The categories are: Top Hits, Pop, Rock, Alternative, R&B, Rap, Country, and New Now. YouStereo.com walks you with a complete musical journey and you will easily lose track of time. Look it over and savor rediscovering the tunes maybe you have forgotten you loved. ...
... mga Autumn leaves na aming nakikita.
Sobrang enjoy na enjoy namin ang view at ang panahon, at ang lamig ng paligid. Sobrang nakakaaliw talaga. After namin magkapag papicture, at bumili ng konting snacks, tumuloy na kami sa aming destinasyon -Ang most famous Mt. Fuji..
Bumaba kami sa isang viewing deck kung saan makikita ang magandang view ng Mt. Fuji. ...
... It was a kind of home stay in a traditional Japanese house run by an elderly couple. The lady of the house prepared a delicious typical Japanese dinner for us. Made up our Futon beds in our bedroom and in the morning we had a delicious Japanese breakfast. She even brought us to the train station for the next leg of our journey. We planned to go fist to the 5 lakes of Mt Fuji and then on to Kamakura. But it turn out that it is a long weekend for ...
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