Toyoko Inn Kanda Akihabara
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Tokyo és una ciutat fantàstica. Aquí també ens agradaria viure-hi. Ens estem a Shinjuku, molt ben comunicats. Aquesta és l'estació que té més tràfic del món: Hi passen 3.7 milions de persones per dia i per això fins i tot surt al llibre Guiness de rècords.
En John i jo vàrem estar al Japó fa 14 anys, quan jo estava de 5 mesos de l’Elena, i en teníem un molt bon record de lloc sorprenentment diferent del ...
... to have them "blessed". The names of the newborns were read out as were our names and we all went into the temple proper where the priests conducted the blessing and purification. We sat barefoot on tatami mats for the whole proceeding. The hard part (other than the floor) was getting up after sitting with our legs folded under us for 30 minutes. It was very interesting.
We then went to a Japanese ...
... them having to explain it. We also had to pay about $5.00 because our bags were over the 15kg limit. Our previous airline had a 20kg limit so we knew we'd incur such a charge and it wasn't a surprise. As an interesting side note, the scales in the Nagasaki airport weighed super light. They were off by over 4 pounds, which I could tell since my bag weighed the same on all of the other flights we had taken except for this one.
We had just a little while to sit in the ...
... find a liquor store that
sold this Cherry Blossom liqueur that we had when we were in Yamaguchi and
after some wandering around found one, and found the brand of liqueur that we
had in Yamaguchi, but it didn’t look like it was the Cherry Blossom one that we
wanted to so memorized where the store was and headed home to Google what
exactly we wanted and thought we would come back the next day after we made
sure the one we wanted was the one they had in ...
... After walking a bit the only thing we could find was an Italian restaurant. First warning sign should have been that they didn't have garlic bread. So I ordered the ministrone soup and we both got a pizza (I tried to order one of the curry dishes that they had on the menu first, but they were out of rice...). The ministrone soup was just about the saltiest thing I have ever tasted in my life and the pizzas were pretty bland. At least they were big ...