Toyoko Inn Yamato Ekimae
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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; ...
We made plans to stay in Tokyo since we didn't have a chance to see any of the city before our cruise. Roxanne had been emailing our guide, Miki, and the two of them arranged for an action packed 3 days. We were off the ship in Yokohama by 8am and Miki was there waiting for us. We stored our luggage in a locker at the train station (something you can't do in the states anymore), and we were off to Kamakura, which use to be the capital of Japan years ago. Miki took us to a ...
Woke up last night a couple of times but all in all had a great sleep. The kugatens house is great, with heated floors and so very comfortable. Hiroho who is five came downstairs to bring us some yogurt this morning at 6:30. I gave her a bag of popcorn and a Canadian flag to wear upstairs. She is so cute. We had an early morning start since we had a flight booked over tokyo in a private plane. ...
... is that Lufthansa has two huge First Class lavatories at the front, but here on Thai there is one lav on the left side whereas the right side is an onboard First Class lounge with seating for four people and a small bar (which was not used during my flight due to the morning time; apparently it’s only used on evening and night flights). The onboard lounge seems pointless to me. The suites are so spacious, it’s not like you need to get up to stretch out ...
... for their New Years feast.
We're not morning people at the best of times so we decided to skip the dawn wakeup call. This meant we'd missed all the commercial tuna auctions but there was still plenty ...