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Day of Nissan! Words cannot explain happiness! Also ate at Hard Rock Cafe and had some good old fashioned normal North American food and it was a lovely day.
We started at Nissan Global Headquarters, which of course was not open when we got there, so we took a look around for a place to hang out until it opened - would you look at that, there was a Starbucks in the Nissan ...
... sounds on command with a volume control to cover the sound of even your most embarrassing bathroom noises! The sinks were also cool, with hand dryers built into the basin of the sink. But I digress, upon arrival in Tokyo - mostly we just enjoyed crawling into our Japanese pajamas (provided by the hotel of course) and getting some sleep.
We met Hiro the following morning. He took us to a hotpot restaurant, where we ate at a knee high table, and ...
... security and customs. Well, we did not see the sings and ended up exiting through passport control, having to get all of our documents checked again, going back through passport control to get stamped out of the country and back through security. We were fortunate enough to have a long enough layover otherwise we would have missed our flight with all the excess running we did.
The flight from Kuala Lumpur to Tokyo was one of the best flights so far this ...
... for dinner, and we requested and were assigned to the early seating. When we got to the table our tablemates were already there: Rich and Sybil, a couple from Phoenix, and Margaret and Louise, a mother and daughter from Perth, Australia. Very nice folks!
It was an early night for us. We were still jet lagged, not terribly bothered by it, but still wanted to rest.
... streamed with electricity lines. No litter no bins and the vehicles so
clean!! I like clean shiny cars but the wagons here are pristine. Bx ) (Yawn
! Yawn !!!!!!!!! Allan)
Sat 31st March
A full day on foot discovering Kyoto and its numerous
spectacular gardens, shrines and some unbelievable temples. (Imperial Palace,
Nijo Castle to mention a few). Had pre booked tickets to the Geisha Theatre, where
again we were greeted with green ...