Toyoko Inn Minamishinagawa Aomonoyokosho Station
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... always seem to be in a hurry, 3- they seem to wear the same facial expressions, i.e.. they are stoic, expressionless, and won't look you in the eyes. All of this lead us to believe that the Japanese, in general were rather cold and without emotion. Considering our warm and emotional afternoon with Miki's family, we have changed our opinion, replacing it with the idea that quite possibly the public posture is just a ...
This past week I've lived so closely to my heart.
Wistful daydreaming and sighs of 'someday' were actually, improbably, followed-through on.
I've known that traveling abroad can imbue a person with a lost sense of courage and sharpness which inevitably erodes through the day to day grind of comfortable familiarity.
This trip has clarified the nature of this change for me.
In Seattle, the script I follow is a well-worn and rehearsed production; ...
... so happy. We were amazed of how many people were there by themselves (men playing with a cat for a couple of hours?) but there were also some couples, young girls who went there to read or have a coffee and be with the cats. Elena had a wonderful time and we had to drag her out of there.
. Ginza district remains the same, a shopping and luxury paradise. Exclusive shops are on the ...
... flamme de Nagasaki (allumée à partir de tuiles) fut aussi ajoutée.
Par la présente, nous promettons de garder les flammes de la bombes atomiques vivantes et sommes convaincus que ce monument contribuera a renforcer le mouvement mondial de lutte contre les armes nucléaires et conduira à la paix, ce qui est la tâche la plus urgente pour les gens de toutes nationalités.
Août 1990 - Association for the Flame of Hiroshima and Nagasaki lit at UenoToshogu »
... that the handset was ridiculous!!! Although at that point I only had Kevin's number to enter I am hoping to make friends and don't want to have an upper limit on them!!! So I bit the bullet and bought a phone for 34000 Yen (£200)....gulp....it's girly pink so I can find it in my handbag....but so far I find even texting challenging....obviously whole thing is set up for a Japanese person! Next we needed to open a bank account....no such thing as a joint account in Japan so ...