Our Trip to Japan

Haven’t posted for a week since Michelle, the kids and I headed to Japan for a week’s vacation (and a little time spent with Michelle doing some trend-spotting and the three of us helping her by taking photos).

If you’d care to peek at a brief blog I put together on our trip (and had password protected while we were out of the country so only family and friends could see it — and so I wasn’t screaming to the world we were out of the country though we had a housesitter) go to the Our Trip to Japan” blog. (UPDATE 1/2011: This has been offline since I shifted from Typepad to a self-hosted WordPress blog last year).

There are only 10 posts so you can start at the bottom and quickly work your way up. There are some fun pictures that will give you a flavor for Tokyo.

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  1. Doug De Bono on July 7, 2005 at 11:33 pm

    Steve,

    Cathy showed me your travel blog. It took me back a number of years. I remember cruising Tokyo on the subways, and traveling to Mt. Fuji.

    On my trip, the clouds cleared and we were able to see Fuji. We hiked most of the way to the top.

    I also had the opportunity to take the Inland Sea cruise and visit Hiroshima.

    Did you have a chance to ride the bullet trains?



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