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... than what I understand.
After the Mori building, I went to a recommended sushi restaurant in the area. Here, I had a wonderful meal. My waitress spoke English, and I sat at the sushi bar. One of the sushi chefs spoke English and thanked me for coming to his restaurant all the way from Texas.
After lunch, I headed back to the ship to get ready to set sail out of ...
... hold weddings there! Luckily my boss is paying cause It costs $650 a night for the basic room which is a good price for what you get. I don't recommend this accommodation for a school group maybe because it costs $650 a night for a 1 bedroom suite so it would be a lot more for many people in one apartment. Other hotels would have better packages on offer for larger groups of people.
After I settled into the appartment I decided to visit the shops located around the hotel. ...
... dropped off in the middle of the city with no map and a hangover starting to hit a higher gear. What the f'ing hell are we doing?! Of course we see no CitiBank, just a million people and their bicycles whizzing around us in all directions. I was angry with myself for not doing a Goggle search on getting money here and took out my frustration on Cindy, telling her sternly "Cindy, when I fail and can't think straight (meaning massively hungover) I need you to be there to help ...
... to expat bars. I was completely astounded to learn that though clubs can stay open late into the night (morning), patrons are not allowed to dance after 1am. For this reason, many clubs close at 1, but have a sister club that you can get into just for drinking. In this way, there are bars in which patrons are allowed to dance, and those in which dancing is honestly forbidden. We entered one of the latter to find cautioning signs plastered ...
... rain, it wasn't anything an umbrella couldn't handle. We had reservations to explore the inside of the Imperial Palace grounds as our last adventure together in Tokyo. Because the tour is in Japanese, we were given English audio guides, and the tour guide would let us know what number we should be listening too. We definitely missed out on a lot of information because he always talked for much longer than our commentator. The grounds cover an area of 1,150,000 square meters but the ...