They had it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We seldom, went
back to the dinning room as the noodles were so good along with
the other Japanese choices for breakfast. Enjoy your time in
Tokyo and on your cruise.
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Saturday morning I woke up at about 5:30 and was going to write here but I had left my phone at James place.It all looks great I'm looking forward to following your adventures.
Anyway we went down to the Coffee shop and had breakfast which was a nice small mini buffet and themJames and Aileen came and got us for Day 2 first stop Ginza.
Very crowded due to the Holiday
Next was lunch Shabu Shabu which was lots of fun
Ohayou Gozaimasu , it’s almost 7 am oddly by body wakes up the same time it does at home. Let me see if I can you you caught up on what we have been doing.So glad to hear news of James Deering. He was more than our HD on the 2015 Kobe/Vancouver re-positioning cruise. He held several sake tastings and it was there that I became engaged to the extent that I am now a Certified Sake Specialist. I missed him on our 2017 repo
We have been extremely busy and when we have come in for the day was just too tired.
The best thing for this trip and one of the reasons for coming here was to see our good friend James Deering and his wife Aileen, many of you may remember James while he is now retired from working in the cruise industry he has been a Passenger Services Director for Princess as well as a Hotel Director for Holland America. We met James about 13 years ago on Hal.
He had his wife have been the most gracious hosts for taking us all around Tokyo. We have had so much fun.
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