Toyoko Inn Kanda Akihabara
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... of people in Tokyo. The best way to summarise the people would be as passive aggressive. Most people are very kind and helpful; however when rushed and stressed they will bump into you without an apology. My Japanese friend Kaz had the same thoughts on people in Tokyo also lined up with this assessment; however he is one to generalise and stereotype.
... there`s no sun because of the smog and the clouds it`s still pretty hot. Luckily there`s a nice breeze too.
The first thing I actually could see from Japan were some fabrics and white cars. But I`m sure there will be a lot of beautiful things to come and see ...
... Olympics and doubling the number of tourists who visit Tokyo each year.
Our next stop was the Ueno Park, kind of a Tokyo Central Park, which is a peak location for viewing the cherry blossoms. The trees were just beginning to come into their finery, and are truly beautiful! Apparently, companies send their junior employees to the park early in the morning to put down their blue tarps on the edges of the large boulevards to reserve places to sit and enjoy ...
... types of Japanese food, I think they are more obsessed with good food than we are, why are the Japanese so thin?! The food is amazing but ordering was funny, they did not speak a word of English and my Japanese is extremely limited! In the end with lots of hand gestures we have a great meal. We cook Kobe beef and tongue, it was very tender meat. Mark was very excited by this cooking method:-)
We do our washing tonight, in the hotel laundry and I feel like a student again! ...
... on the left windows. He then introduced Isradee, the Royal First Class flight attendant – dressed in a beautiful purple silk uniform. They presented me a glass of Dom Perignon champagne and a delicious purple-colored juice, as well as a hot towel.
A flight time of 5 hours 40 minutes was announced. I frowned. Somehow I was hoping the captain would say, “We’re taking the long way around to Tokyo today, so our flight time will be about 40 ...