Toyoko Inn Yokohama Stadium-Mae 2
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... was leaving the Fire boat was out spraying water. That happened while we were at dinner and we could only see it through small windows, therefore, we didn't get any photos of that, but it was wonderful.
Princess Cruises are going to do more Asian tours and these people want to make sure they are on the route.
The next blog will be just the video of the ...
... Takes a while.Then you lay the cards in front of you during your meeting, ideally in the order they are sitting in front of you.
One huge perk of a day of sales calls - lunch. Yesterday I begged for ramen, which I got. A massive bowl of miso broth with endless tangled ramen noodles, green onion, spicy kimchi, pork and hard boiled egg, with more than a dash of MSG.
Post-lunch meetings proved challenging. Kampai!
... 9:22, we reached the Pacific Ocean just west of Nome, Alaska – where I was just last month! Unfortunately I didn’t get to see Nome as we crossed just to the north of the tiny city, and I was on the right side of the aircraft. That would have been neat.
After more than six hours of reading, I finished the entire Tokyo guidebook at 12:22 p.m. We are at 38,000 feet off the southwest coast of Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula. We flew over some of the ...
... the main course, I ate the “Seafood Medley” consisting of grilled rock fish and lump crabmeat with cream sauce, collard greens, and tomato over barley with vegetables. It was the only four of the entree selections that looked appealing to me, and it was good. For dessert, I had some red grapes and ice cream with chocolate and caramel sauce.
With a full 50-seat BusinessFirst cabin, the meal service took a long time. I did not finish ...
... value of the vehicles:
1. Any cars that are bog-standard production models were unlocked, unguarded and generally available for anyone to open, close, prod and play with.
2. Cars with a little more prestige and/or value (all Mercedes, Porsche, Audi production models for example, plus the more expensive models of the other car makers such as Subaru, Nissan etc) were all available for the attendees to walk around, ...