Meiji Jingu and saw the Treasure Museum, which houses portraits of Emperor Meiji and his Empress along with some of their household items and an incredible kimono with a dozen layers of wrappings. We couldn't imagine how heavy it must have been to wear.
Betsy came into the office to meet some of the people she'd worked with online from Singapore but never met in person--including a smorgasbord of attractive men we refer to as "the dishes." A little girlish sexism makes the work day so much more fun :-)
Observing our visitors has given us a good clue about stamina--one activity per day plus dinner out is about all the sightseeing you should plan to do. More than that and it feels like you're guiding a bus tour. "...and over there is the Rainbow Bridge. Now direct your eyes here to see the next amazing landmark..." Being run ragged is not an enjoyable way to spend a holiday.
Copyright 2003. Kristen McQuillin, mediatinker.com