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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... the pieces one at a time, sometimes instructing us to forego the use of soy sauce if it is not appropriate for a particular piece. There are many things that I have had: fatty yellowtail and eel, salmon and prawn. There are many things that I have never been brave enough to order before: sea urchin and salmon roe being the most memorable. Despite the number of people waiting outside, we were never rushed. The hostess kept bringing us green tea. We took ...
... share my life with. That's most likely why it became more significant, without me even consciously thinking about it. It would be Japan and until that person came along, I'd put it off. Well so far, he hasn't shown up. So here I am with on an airplane with an empty seat beside me. That's slightly symbolic. It shouldn't be an empty seat, it really shouldn't. But I'm not dwelling on it too much - I have a heart full of love and a head full ...
... 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 ...
... Also, in some places, every 500 yen you spend and you haven't managed to get your item, the attendant will give you a consolation prize. E.g. a plastic sleeve with different animes on them and other different collectables.
We spent quite a bit of time in Akihabara before taking the train to Ginza. Now Ginza was the expensive Tokyo. All the luxury shops were here and many flagship stores too including a 12 storey Uniqlo store which we had ...
... so I guess he got a special offer because he was a foreigner.
Trying to talk in between bites, Dad got to meet and chat with the same people I meet with. One of the women actually thought he was my husband! He tried to repeat their names back once they introduced themselves but the Japanese sounds were still a little too new. He also got a little chopstick tutorial. At 2:30 on the dot, everyone got up and headed back to the plaza to continue chatting. Tamura San stayed and him ...