Toyoko Inn Sinagawaeki Takanawaguchi
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... that were about to come our way and also glancing backwards at the hoard that would push you forwards was pretty intimidating! Nat and her friends were amused by mine and Liam’s reaction of course as once it all got moving it we all just sort of moved fluidly through with no problems! By that point we were all ready to sit down, grab some food and more importantly some drinks! Nat took us to an amazing place where you pay a set amount for all you can drink for 2 hours and ...
... I didn't understand much because it was in Japanese, but the experience of 'floating' through space and in the sea was awesome. It’s well worth a visit when you’re in japan but I suggest you get the tour guide because even though some of it is in English there is still a lot I missed out on because it was in Japanese, the tour guide will help translate. ...
... knows what, food, people, products, movies, attention, I don't know but you could feel the energy. Shibuya Crossing is a famous intersection where once the lights turn red and the crossing sign lights up, people can cross from every direction. I have read where at any one time, there can be 2,500 people crossing the intersection when the walk signs illuminate. That's more ...
... work. They had loud music, everyone in their suit and tie, and drinking lots and lots of wine. All the locals looked to be having a good time. Surprisingly enough, the food wasn't as expensive as I expected. It's like the regular prices here in the USA. We ordered a nice dinner and then walked around a little bit before heading back to our hotel. We decided to go back and thoroughly research where we wanted to go the next day so that we can avoid any confusion and getting lost. ...
... about in a special dog pram! and more funny high heels! Mark is even spotting then now;-)
Going up the Sky Tree made me wonder how big Tokyo is, so I looked it up, it's the largest metropolitan area in the world, with over 30 million residents, which I can well believe. It's hard to relax here, in much the same way after a few days in central London, I need some space and a less frantic pace!
Today was interesting as we thought we might not pack as much in and maybe ...