Toyoko Inn Minamishinagawa Aomonoyokosho Station
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... you or not because the actors in London dungeons can't touch you, they just come up very close and personal and scare he **** out of you! I was climbing on Scott, he was in hysterics laughing at me! I was on the verge of crying! They were scared looking monsters! We had a cocktail each, they were 'gruesome' cocktails. I had one with an eyeball coming out of it (obviously not real) and Scott had a cocktail that he had to mix like a potion, it was ...
... to the heart of Tokyo
... shrine (arguably one of the biggest tourist attractions in Tokyo!), so obviously decided to take a look around. The park in which the shrine was set was absolutely huge and quite densely forested - it completely blocked out the huge metropolis around it. The main shrine itself reminded us of the forbidden city in its layout in that there was a huge open square surrounded by high walls, with the main building at the far end. After washing oneself using a ...
... the hole -- and repeat for quite a while. There were also smoke pits where people would light up sticks, put them in the pit and then breathe in and swirl the smoke around in prayer -- I may have been praying for health, but I was thoroughly getting closer to lung cancer. Even funnier, there was a fountain watering hole with lots of ladles set around it. The people would come up and follow a meticulous routine consisting of: fetching water, pouring it on the left ...
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