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Kimono Fittings: $830.94
Tea Ceremony: $332.38
One night stay at hotel Chinzanso Tokyo: $848.96
Taxi ride from the airport to the hotel: $46 plus $5 tip
Taxi ride from the hotel to the airport: $46 plus $5 tip
Plane Tickets to Japan from Ethiopia: $8,174
Plane Tickets from Japan back to Chicago: $19,354.40
<u>Total Cost for Japan: $29,642.98</u>
GRAND TOTAL: $51,326.77
... just after 4pm, but we'd had no lunch so all was good. Good steak and some veggies....... We caught a cab outside and as we drove off, Mitch and Jordan were walking past going to get the boys some McDonalds for tea!! Mitch has fallen back into his McDonalds addiction, getting it at the Chicago airport (O'Hare) when we got off the plane ((but his body is having an internal battle over it and even though it felt good for little bit, the McDonalds exited up and out in quick ...
... and down the river, and getting an even better sense of the layout of the downtown. Numerous people live downtown, by the waterfront, riverside, where buildings like the Marina Towers means it's possible to never leave your home as all the amenities and offices are right there. It's a 75 minute cruise that culminated with a jet spout at Centennial Fountain that arches across the river. This cruise was the 1st of 2 trips on the water today. To really plan ...
... are projected onto a wall individually and every five mins or so water pours out of their lips and the children can run around and get splashed and cool down , I don't really get how it's arty but guess that's the point ? Then we saw the bean, essentially a big metal bean like in the movies... Great for selfie taking to be honest. Then took more appropriate photos with a statue of a bull and went to the Chicago cultural centre, to be cultural and stuff you know, the building was ...
... up to The Millennium Park which is a wonderful haven in the city. There is also a wonderful amphitheatre in the park that is still being redeveloped. We then wandered around the shops as Steve wanted to buy a pair of walking shoes. We passed by an interesting shop called Eataly that combines on the ground floor a market with books, fresh fruit and veges, pastas and all ...