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... her mind. We decided to call it a night before the 10pm closing rush delayed our exit.
All in all, today was everything a visit to a Disney park should be, and lived up to every expectation that Disneyland yesterday failed to achieve. If you only have 1 day to choose between Tokyo Disneyland or Disney Sea, there is no contest. Unless you really want to see the light parade, go straight to Disney Sea and don't give it a second thought.
... so far is the toilet with its many hi-tech functions. The adults are all suffering from some kind of corporate version of PTSD in which we all talk about old meetings and deals we used to do. I feel like I've walked back in to a life I used to live but nothing is quite right. Alice through the looking glass. Right now I want old deal making corporate climbing me back. ...
... were only in Japanese so Philip had a good time deciphering some of them for us. During the time at the exhibit, we saw no other Westerners. The almost perfectly complete woolly mammoth was discovered in Siberia earlier this year and has just started on its tour of exhibitions with Yokohama as the first stop. It was a wonderful exhibit with many more things to look at than just the ...
... the second shop as even the staff uniforms are the same. We had no idea what floor audio would be on but guessed it might be floor 4 the same as the rival shop and low and behold it was as if we were in the same shop... they need some serious creativity in marketing there. We were lost in the amount of electrical appliances in one shop and the endless rows of headphones, covers for headphones, cases for headphones and accessories for the cases of the headphones. Mental! Tim ...
... but they were closed. I suspect they're in between shows but I couldn't tell for sure. Then I walked to the Idemitsu Museum of Arts. Unfortunately, I had misread the book and thought they were open until 7:00 but they were only open until 5:00. Since it was already after 4:00 I skipped it.
I wandered over to Le Boutique de Joel Robuchon. I had noticed it next to the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum when I ...