Toyoko Inn - Tameike Sanno Eki Kantei Minami
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Travel Blogs from Chiyoda
... French verbs. I'll have to wait until Saturday night for the televised calculus class (this is for real!).
Another note on Japanese television. I saw an educational program about how to protect your home from flooding. They had some scientific portions, with diagrams to show how much weight water has, and if you have a couple of feet of water in front of your door, the water's weight may prevent you from being able to open the door. Then ...
... legs spread out and slightly bend as though to leave a message. When he stopped moving and stood in that awkward pose, many people actually turned around to look at what he was doing while walking by and photographers in nearby came up to take pictures of him because his odd demeanour. It sounds ironic, but the commotion of this non-movement caught my eye and I was more interested in looking at these people stand still rather than all ...
... it is about life of the regular people in Edo period, while Edo museum shows life of the rich. Very nice restoration of houses.
I went to the walking tour recommended by Lonely Planet, Kagurazaka - nothing special. I sat in a children-playing garden and went back
Airport - Iwanted to buy a t-shirt with the coins I had. It costs 49.5nis and I had only 49nis. They didn't want to "make a reduction". I asked a Japanese women to give me these 10yen.
... time now was 1:00pm, we were happy just looking at flowers and reading about the history.
One of the reasons we decided to come to Tokyo in early April is because this is Japan's Cherry Blossom season. Cherry Blossoms are very traditional in Japan and are famous worldwide. Today was the first time my brother and I had ever seen them! These ones were pink and smelt divine. The Imperial Palace was heavenly.
By now we were starting to get a bit hungry. My dad ...
... made our way through the station, and out into the streets of Tokyo, and into the cold. Bitterly cold, with an icy wind and rain on top of it. It was freezing.
We walked through the streets of Ginza, the most expensive real estate on earth (with land valued at US$100,000 per square metre!) taking a few wrong turns before finding our hotel, and leaving our bags before heading out again (because ...