|A lager and beer mix was something I was not trying. YUCK.|
|I spied some cool tribal dancing|
|The indoor security guys looked really official|
|Cute outfit, girl!|
|The fun really got going when the German band started!|
|The accordion guy shmoozing the audience. Swoon.|
The thigh slapping and beer guzzling madness
|Boy, the crowd were loving it! HEY!|
A few beers, a dance to a few cover songs and a scam involving beer-glass deposits later, it was decided we should sneak back to the hotel for a rest before dinner.
|I left quietly, trying to draw little attention to myself.|
Later that evening:
I hoped this poster didn't give a representation of the only food available in Japan
I admired the awesome view from my window in the dark. Our hotel was situated in on of Japan's tallest buildings. Most of the buildings in view had helipads on top.
I figured out how to use the hi-tech lavatory fully equip with seat heater and front & back spray. You can control the direction and pressure of the spray. I noticed that in public places toilets were likely to have a "Flush Noise" button too for the incredibly bashful. I will one day own one of these toilets (and perhaps make the flush function a bit more obvious.)