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... park. When we made it to the parking lot before our hike into the park there was another cab waiting for ours but after a few minutes we began to wonder what happened to the third taxi. Our guide had ridden with Bree and I luckily but she was at a loss as to where the other car could have gone so she jumped on the phone and began to investigate. It turned out that there was a new road that had just opened as of that very day which allowed direct access to the park ...
... a magnificent tree when the leaves are turning and to see a whole avenue of them was so beautiful. There was a massive market at the end of the park with food from all over Japan and we had a great dinner that night sampling our favourite cuisines from across the country. We also visited another autumn garden that was opened at night to show the splendid colours, Jac was having an absolute ball playing with the camera and the results are amazing, who knows maybe there is ...
... Way back in Madrid, Asako came to visit us and we made up a position in thugs for her to fit into, and it just so happened that I was with her the entire time, so I became her partner.
She came and worked with us Last week in Sendai to refresh herself, and us, anad then she had 25 minutes this morning, and then she was in, in front of roughly 6500 people, and the T.V. audience. ...
... of the number of Azalea plants out. We then did a rather complicated manoeuvre including a riverbus to get to Asakusa which is a place not to be missed. It has temples, a red pagoda, rows of traditional souvenir stalls and a market undercover which would be a great place to buy kimonos. It's a very picturesque part of Tokyo. Some very buff men give rickshaw ...
... Omotesando, but jet lag got the better of us and we decided to go for a rest before going back out again to meet some friends for dinner (at a very nice restaurant in Rappongi where you cook BBQ your own food on your table).
Thursday started at a more leisurely pace with a visit to our hotel`s private rooftop hot tub before getting the train to Harajuku again. This time we did it a bit more justice, and strayed (excuse the pun) on to ...