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... The waiter was so nice that he gave us a complimentary vegetable dish (raw veggies) with cream of mushroom dip. There were some veggies on the platter that I've never seen before, but it all tasted so good!
Since it was getting late, we decided to head back. Cyrus has work tomorrow too! It was nice of him to take the time to hang out with us on a weeknight. I wish there was more time to enjoy Tokyo/Japan!
-- Ryan L.
... could only go to the gardens though), Shibuya - Ku ( for the Meiji Shrine and park), Shimo- Kitazawa, and of course Ginza the big ( they are all big) shopping street ( a bit up market for me ) to name a few. The metro makes it easy to get to everything but I also walked heaps to see the places in-between.
A very organised city. Everything is so so. And it's so so clean. Not a scrap of rubbish anywhere - on the streets, in the metro etc. And ...
... her son who is in the Navy.
When I was coming to Japan, people joked that I would be the average height for a change. Well It seems that they are growing here, had lots of tall people in front of me. The other bad thing is it was a beautiful, sunny day and the Emperor stays behind glass so you can barely see them in my pictures because of ...
The weather forecast calling for mostly cloudy weather today, we decided it would be the perfect day for a tour on the hop on hop off sightseeing bus, the Sky Hop Bus. But the bus that picked us up turned out to be a closed bus with a partial glass roof, not an open double-decker. We had selected the Asakusa route, taking us to the Tokyo Sky Tree through Akihabara and Ueno. The bus tour wasn't interesting at all, it was rather expensive for ...
... smiling at the kids. I guess our tour guide was right when he said the Asian continent is just not use to seeing small African American children.
The trip has made all of us realize just how important growing up with diversity can be, and how living in the United States, we can take that for granted. We live in a society with many, many different ethnicity's and cultures. As a result, on any given day we interact with people from 4 or ...