Hotel Livemax Kawasakiekimae
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Today we linked up with friends, hopped on the train at Yokosuka Chuo station and headed to Tokyo for a very moving experience. We were on our way to the National Museum of Emerging Science & Innovation. The "must see" attraction: "Toilet? Human Waste and Earth's Future"...or as we like to call it, "The Poop Museum". This is a traveling exhibit on display from now until early Oct.
It is my doody to warn you, if you have a ...
... you had to hit and swipe the screen in time with the music (obviously my kind of thing!). Gary and I were both fairly good at it, but we were nothing compared to some of the pros we saw at the other machines - their hands seemed to move faster than my brain could comprehend, and they all turned up equipped with their own special gloves which reduced screen friction for the swiping moves - every millisecond counts with these ...
... The quality of the enclosures didn't seem fantastic either. The birds were caged in, the ground dwelling animals had what appeared to be barely enough room to run around in, and the enclosures of the few bigger animals that we did see, like the bears, were just horrible. Every bear we saw appeared clinically insane, pacing in one direction, bumping into the wall, turning around and pacing the few steps back to the other side of the pen ...
After very long flight from Vancouver via San Francisco, finally landed in Tokyo. I got my JR pass validated in the station which was very convenient. I highly recommend the pass. Due to the fact that train costs are so high in Japan I benefited a lot by having the pass. I took the JR line to the HI hostel. The hostel is close by the station and very nice and clean. It is 2800¥. Crashed to get some ...
... on the left windows. He then introduced Isradee, the Royal First Class flight attendant – dressed in a beautiful purple silk uniform. They presented me a glass of Dom Perignon champagne and a delicious purple-colored juice, as well as a hot towel.
A flight time of 5 hours 40 minutes was announced. I frowned. Somehow I was hoping the captain would say, “We’re taking the long way around to Tokyo today, so our flight time will be about 40 ...