Tokyu Stay Meguro Yutenji
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... we did as it was packed. We had originally thought it would be an empty being such an early train, but how wrong we were. But we were all good, we had our seats.
We had the breakfast we had previously bought the night before, played a game on the iphone a little and had some short naps on the train, but we were mostly awake for the sub three hour train ride looking out the window and reflecting on the previous adventures.
Once in Tokyo we ...
... Edo. The Edo period began when Tokugawa Ieyasu became shogun in 1603. This period was marked by continuous growth which was interrupted by natural disasters, including fires, earthquakes and floods. In WW2 Tokyo was heavily bombed, and much of the city was burned to the ground by subsequent fires. Due to the heavy death toll and people fleeing to the countryside, the 1945 Tokyo population was only half that of 1940. From September 1945, ...
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... so sehr das Gefühl der Unendlichkeit als Shopping in Tokyo...das wird einem wieder einmal mehr in dieser Gegend präsentiert. Die Damen der Tourismusinfo sind sehr bemüht und legen mir gleich alle Maps dies nur irgendwie gibt vor...alles zum Mitnehmen bitte:-) Danach gehts weiter zum Frühstück ins Café Ginza...ein gutes Sandwich mit Salat und einem Saft später sind wir gestärkt genug um uns stundenlang von der Ausstellung Japans ...
... it out. It did sometimes take me years to figure even minuscule things out, but I am quite pleased that a lot of the time I can actually figure out that totally odd/random/bizarre/freaky thing for myself. Today was not one of those times. We walked down a lovely path with greenery on both sides (and some wine barrels donated by France, but that's another story) and came across a beautiful temple area. Local people were enjoying ...