Philadelphia bus station 1001 filbert st

Are these places safe to go using public transport ?

2023.03.23 22:56 FlatwormDull Are these places safe to go using public transport ?

Hey there guys, I’m 19, male, and going to visit LA in may. I’m staying at the Hi Los Angeles hostel, in Santa Monica (1436 2nd St, Santa Monica, CA 90401). I will visit Hollywood, universal studios, Westfield Century City mall, the grove, the Griffith observatory and probably the art museum. I’ll use public transportation to visit them all, and as I’m traveling alone I want to know if it’s safe enough to go to this places using the public transportation (bus and metro). Also wanna know how safe the streets are, because I’ll need to walk from one station to another and from the stations to the places I wanna visit. I’ll visit Disneyland too but I’ll use Uber or Lyft. Can you guys help me with that ?
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2023.03.23 21:15 Cute_Business7342 Entering Russia from Europe overland

Hello everyone,
I am an EU citizen and I want to enter Russia overland from the EU, going to Moscow for tourism purposes. Now I seem to have 2 Options to enter Russia overland, which are
#1 to take the bus from Riga (Latvia) to Moscow or
#2 cross the border at Narwa (Estonia) by foot and then take a train or bus from Iwangorod to St. Petersburg and then another train to Moscow.
I would prefer Option #1 because it's closer to where I am from and going via St. Petersburg would be quite a detour for me. However, I have read the bus (Ecolines) from Riga to Moscow only stops 2 hours at the border checkpoints and I am concerned that waiting and going through an "interview" by border guards might take much longer than that and the bus will leave without me. Also at that border crossing (Burachki) there seems to be no train station nearby and I am not sure I could even board another bus there, so I would be kinda stranded if that happened.
Has anyone got experiences with the border crossings mentioned above and can maybe share their experience?
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2023.03.23 17:35 texasaboy2 Studio for the Whole 2023-2024 Academic Year

(lease takeover, so the apartment is yours and is not a sublease)

Hi! I'm graduating earlier than expected and will not need my apartment for the 2023-2024. Thus, I'm looking for someone to takeover the lease to my apartment from August 2023-August 2024 (and I can also give you Summer 2023, as I won't be in the apartment).
Also, I'll be giving everything to you (kitchenware, memory foam, bathroom stuff, furniture, etc), so you don't really need anything else to comfortably live.

If you're interested or want more info, please DM me :)
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2023.03.23 02:08 Realistic-Panda7747 Itinerary Check: 11 Days in Tokyo with Family, Slow-ish Pace (3/31 - 4/10)

Hello! 37F traveling with a few friends and my tween. Did my best to make an easy going itinerary but I am lowkey anxious about eating out. I have a fish allergy and one person does not eat pork. We do plan to carry allergy cards since no one speaks/read Japanese beyond a few phrases.
Hoping to get one night of clear skies for an awesome sunset view #fingerscrossed. Would love to get feedback on my plan as well as food suggestions. Thanks in advance for your help!
Note: Left off most shrines/temples/statues for simplicity.
Fri, Mar 31 - Afternoon Arrival
Sat, Apr 1 - Shinjuku
Sun, Apr 2 - Imperial Palace Area & Ginza
Mon, Apr 3 - Harajuku & Shibuya
Tues, Apr 4 - Asakusa
Wed, Apr 5 - Odaiba
Thurs, Apr 6 - Ueno & Akihabara
Note: The original plan was to do Ueno Park on the same day as Asakusa, and Akihabara on the same day as Imperial Palace/Ginza. Felt as though it was a stretch plus I wasn't able to get Ghibli tickets so that freed up a day!
Fri, Apr 7 - Akasaka & Roppongi Hills
Sat, Apr 8 - No plans
Sun, Apr 9 - Tokyo Tower Area & Yokohama
Mon, Apr 10 - Afternoon Departure
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2023.03.22 23:13 ResponseNo5050 Providing UIUC summer 23 sublease 05/15-07/31

I'm currently providing sublease for summer 23 at UIUC
Apartment: Hub on Campus Champaign-Daniel
Address :812 S 6th St
Next to Green Street, bookstore downstairs and bus station.
1 min walk to target
5 mins walk to CIF and Grainger lib
room type :2x1C whole suite or just one room
Price: Official price: 1450/month/room
sublease price: 1000/month/room NEGOTIABLE (split sublease fee)
Free internet
Feel free to reach out!
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2023.03.22 21:27 CaliforniaBlueJay420 On Monday 3/20/23, the Naperville School District 203 Board of Education voted to approve a $1.36 million contract with Lion Electric for 4 electric school buses as part of their transportation budget for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year. (Not part of EPA program - standalone purchase)

Article by the Chicago Tribune on 3/21/2023:
Article by Naperville Community Television on 3/21/2023:
Summary of 3/21 news:
Naperville, IL - 4 electric school buses will be added to Naperville School District 203’s fleet in the upcoming 2023-2024 school year as an anticipated pilot program gets underway.
The board of education on Monday (March 20, 2023) approved District 203’s transportation fund for the upcoming school year, which totals $3.09 million. The spending package includes a $1.36 million contract with Lion Electric for 4 electric buses and an additional $830,000 allotment for the installation of charging stations and related infrastructure.
Administrators say the "pilot EV program" will serve as an important gauge in determining the frequency of additional purchases in the road ahead. The purchase of the four standard size, 71-passenger electric buses from Lion Electric aligns with Naperville 203’s strategic blueprint initiative to reduce the district’s carbon footprint. Earlier this year, Naperville 203 purchased four electric cars for its Driver’s Education program.
Key insight:
What should interest LEV shareholders is this order was not with a voucher through the $5B EPA clean school bus program. Naperville is not on the list of EPA voucher awards. This was a standalone purchase! The local district made the decision as part of their budget process.
Strong sign of Lion's direct sales growth and the outlook ahead.
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2023.03.22 20:26 borkmaster0 Accessibility Improvements - Part Suspended (7)

Mar 25 - 27, Sat 12:15 AM to Mon 5 AM
No 7 service between 34 St-Hudson Yards and Queensboro Plaza because of accessibility improvements.
Take free shuttle buses and E, F, N, R, S, W trains.
7 service will run between Main St and Queensboro Plaza.
Use the E, F, N, R, or W for service between Manhattan and Queens.
Use the 4, 6, S for service to/from Grand Central.
For 34 St-Hudson Yards, use M34-SBS (days/evenings), and free Q92 shuttle buses overnight.
42 St Shuttle will run overnight.
W trains will run between Ditmars Blvd and 34 St-Herald Sq, during daytime hours.
Free Q93 shuttle buses will also run between Queensboro Plaza and Vernon Blvd-Jackson Av.
Transfer at:
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2023.03.22 20:23 borkmaster0 Accessibility Improvements - Part Suspended (5)

Mar 25 - 26 Saturday, 5:45 AM to 11:15 PM & Sunday, 7:45 AM to 11:15 PM
No 5 service between E 180 St and 149 St-Grand Concourse because of accessibility improvements.
Take the 2, 4 and/or shuttle buses.
5 service will run in two sections:
  1. Between Dyre Av and E 180 St all weekend.
  2. Between 149 St-Grand Concourse and Bowling Green, every 24 minutes, days and evenings (Uptown trains will skip 138 St-Grand Concourse).
2 service will make all 5 stops between E 180 St and 3 Av-149 St.
Free shuttle buses will run between 3 Av-149 St and 149 St-Grand Concourse.
Transfer at E 180 St (2, 5), 3 Av-149 St (2, Bus), and/or 149 St-Grand Concourse (4, 5, Bus).
Local buses also connect affected stations to 4 trains.
Note: No 2 service between 135 St and 3 Av-149 St during this time.
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2023.03.22 16:59 ClassroomOk3457 Registration problem. Keep getting this error even thought I have confirmed with the registrar office that I have met all the prerequisites

Registration problem. Keep getting this error even thought I have confirmed with the registrar office that I have met all the prerequisites submitted by ClassroomOk3457 to Baruch [link] [comments]

2023.03.22 11:58 kiwi_sapphic I am 23 years old, make $67,000, live in Philly, work as a Project Coordinator, and this week I celebrated my birthday in Paris.

I did a money diary this exact week last year about signing the offer letter for the company I work at now. I ended up getting a 5K COL adjustment (62k > 67k) once I moved to Philly. I expressed in the previous journal that I was worried about my taxes since I moved states and work for an NYC company from PA. As many suggested in the comments, it ended up being pretty simple (I used FreeTaxUSA).
Retirement Balance - $31,400. A mix of Roth IRA, 401(k), and traditional brokerage.
Equity - N/A
Savings account balance - $11,600 in Emergency Funds; $7,500 in a HYSA that I saved up during college and will use to pay off my student loans when payments resume this summer. Because of this, I consider myself debt free.
Checking account balance - $900; I had a $600 sinking fund for my food/shopping/entertainment in Paris, but I got $300 in cash birthday gifts.
Credit card debt (and how you accumulated it) - $0; I pay my cards off regularly.
Student loan debt - $7,500 for a Political Science and Social Policy Degree with a minor in English. I got a full-tuition scholarship, but had small gaps in aid during my first two years because my school required underclassmen to have on-campus housing and a meal plan.

Income Progression: I’ve been at this job 9 months, make $67k, and it’s great. The people, the work, the benefits. It’s my first post-college, salaried position. I have pretty much no complaints about it and am hoping to get a merit raise during our summer evaluations.
Main Job Monthly Take Home: $3,400 (paid semi-monthly)
$1200/mo in total taxes (fed, state, local, SSI/med); $1000/mo to 401(k); Employer pays 100% of health premiums.
No other income currently, no parental contributions, etc.

SECTION THREE: EXPENSES (my portions, I live with a roommate)
Rent - $750/mo. Renewing in May; hoping it stays the same or doesn’t increase dramatically
Retirement/Investment contribution - $540/mo to Roth IRA (401(k) contributions detailed in the Income section).
Savings contribution - $460/mo to sinking funds, $200/mo to General Savings/Emergency Fund
Debt payments - None besides regular payments to my cards
Donations - $80/mo to whatever feels right
Food - ~$500/mo ($300 groceries + <$200 dining out)
Electric - $75/mo
Wifi - $65/mo
Cellphone - $300/yr (Mint Mobile)
Renter’s Insurance - $100/yr
Subscriptions - $8/mo; $7 for Apple Music and $1 for iCloud Storage
Annual Subscriptions - $380/yr; $190 for Credit Card Annual Fees; $165 for ScentBird Subscription; $25 for Google Storage
Gym Membership - $10/mo; $50/yr for Annual Membership Fee
I started on a health journey last June (lost 50+ lbs!). Back then, I was in search of any kind of fitness that I would enjoy and actually go to. I ended up getting a $190/mo membership (2 classes/wk) to a RUMBLE (HIIT Boxing) studio and went 2x a week from June - Nov. In December, I bought a flat-fee holiday package that made my classes cheaper ($19/cls vs $23/cls) and more flexible, so I froze my subscription and got a 30 class package.
In January, I started strength training 4x/wk at Planet Fitness and went down to 1x/week at RUMBLE. I love my current routine, but PF and RUMBLE are both a 35 min walk from my house, and I go to the gym early in the morning. So, I’m considering joining the closer (<10 min walk), but more expensive ($72/mo) gym soon.
I’m still slowly burning through the RUMBLE holiday package and plan to cancel my subscription. I’m hoping they do a summer sale so I can buy another class package. If not, I’ll just buy classes ad hoc after I run out.
No pet, car, or therapy expenses currently.

The flight and accommodations for this flight were booked in September after getting an email from Going (formerly Scott’s Cheap Flights) about $500 tickets to Paris the exact weekend of my birthday. I stayed in a Sonder that I also booked back in September for about $480. I bought a $30, 5 GB international eSIM from Airalo. I was able to post on social media, send iMessages, and check my bank accounts with no problems and no extra data needed.

Day 1
Today is payday and the beginning of my week off. I clear my credit cards, invest my Roth deposit, and go to the gym.
After the gym, I pick up last minute toiletries ($45.35) and plane snacks ($21.48). I end up on a wild goose chase looking for a Universal Adapter ($34.39), so I get McDonald's (I wanted a Shamrock Shake) while I’m out ($9.15 - this feels expensive for McDonald's?)
My mom gives me a call around 8pm and asks if I’ve checked my bank account. Today was payday, so I had, but not since early that morning. She gifted me $200! After, I spend three hours retwisting my locs and go to bed around midnight.
Day 1 Spend - $108.37

Day 2
Today is Sims 4 Expansion Pack (and flight to Paris) day! I can’t install the game until 1PM ET. Lame.I do one last check to ensure I have everything I need, transfer my Paris Sinking Fund ($600) into my checking account, and then play the Sims to pass the time. At 4, I take the Regional Rail to the airport.
I breeze through TSA and read Another Country by James Baldwin until boarding begins. Upon boarding, I’m stopped and informed that my carry-on is “too big.” They were clearly picking people at random to move their bags because as the woman walked down the jet bridge with my bag, she rolled it past a man who had the exact same suitcase as me in another color. Annoying.
They don’t give me a chance to take out my laptop and snacks, this is my first time traveling internationally, I triple checked the sizing requirements, so this stressed me out. I was terrified of my bag getting lost. I vent to my best friend about the bag situation; she helps me calm down. Once we’re airborne, I spend the next 6 hours rotating between reading, watching Wakanda Forever, and listening to music.
Day 2 Spend - $0

Day 3 (my birthday!)
We land in Dublin at 8am, and I activate my international eSIM. I see my older brother gifted me $100 via Cash App. Even though it was just a quick layover, being in Ireland on St. Patrick’s Day made me happy. The Irish were teeming with happiness and excitement. I board my second flight and land in Paris at 1pm, finally am reunited with my bag, and get to the section of town I’m staying in via train ($12.18).
While I wait for a friend to arrive on the train from London, I try French McDonalds per the recommendation of my best friend ($14.95 - seriously, why the hell is McDonalds so expensive?)
Friend arrives and we explore Paris! We then stop at a bakery, I grab a pain au chocolat ($1.60) and slip into a bar nearby. My friend lets everyone know it’s my birthday, and they buy us lots of rounds of shots and drinks. My friend closes the tab for the couple of drinks we actually ordered, and we head to a club that’s having a St. Patrick’s Day party around the corner.
I later try to redeem my Starbucks birthday item, but the barista gently lets me know it’s not valid in France. However, he throws in a free refresher and my friend buys me a blueberry muffin. We head back to the hotel so I can freshen up and change into my birthday dress. We take a nap and head back out for the night on the train ($8.96 RT for 2). We have dinner at a delicious restaurant, which my friend pays for.
Our last stop of the night is an Afro-Caribbean spot that has great music and friendly staff. I tell the bartender it’s my birthday and ask for a drink recommendation. He makes some spicy concoction in a gold bowl with peppers. It’s quite delicious but is strong and makes my nose run! The staff gifts me at least two more shots, and I decide to call it quits on alcohol for the night after that. We dance and laugh the night away with the friendly staff, and I pick up the tab before we leave ($27.81).
Day 3 Spend - $65.50

Day 4
My friend has been teasing a surprise and finally reveals it’s Disneyland! I laugh and realize I hadn’t disclosed the rest of my itinerary — I have a Disneyland reservation for Monday (after my friends went home)! However, I booked a non-park hopper ticket for Walt Disney Studios, so I’m excited to be able to experience them both thanks to my friend!
We had a late, drunk night last night so we started the day a bit late. Grabbed a quick brunch ($6.74) and head to Chessy via the train ($19.68). We got Premier Access (skip the line/lightning lane) for a handful of rides ($79.15), I bought some Stitch merch ($21.39), and we got ice cream ($5.35).
After a few hours at Disney, we head back to Paris to meet up with one of my friends from college who also lives in London. He’s a hyperextrovert and is ready to hit the town immediately. We wanted to go to the Eiffel Tower, but missed the last bus and grabbed dinner nearby ($89.96). My friend from high school started feeling a bit sick, so she went back to the hotel and my college buddy and I spend the night bar hopping, dancing, chatting, and eating until 3am ($37.44).
Day 4 Spend - $259.71

Day 5
Both friends head back to London today but at different times. I start the day a bit late after saying goodbye to my high school friend.
My college friend and I grab breakfast at a nearby restaurant ($41.18). After that, we head out to explore an area of the city near the train station so it’s easy for him to board the 5pm train. We grab some pastries and a baguette ($11.66) and set out to explore. We saw the lock bridge, Arc de Triomphe, took goofy photos, visited the Notre Dame restoration exhibit, and danced alongside a drum parade.
On the walk back to my room, I check my email to see I missed the Eiffel Tower climbing tour I scheduled back in September. I go back to the room, let my phone charge, and pay a fee to reschedule the tour ($10.70). I head out to see the Eiffel and other tourists sites via a Sundown Seine river cruise ($8.99 for 4 bus tickets).
After a few hours, I’m beat and head back to the Sonder. I got a Poke Bowl from a French/Hawaiian/Sushi fusion place we passed by last night and some chicken wings ($22.89). I spend the rest of the night relaxing.
Day 5 Spend - $95.42

Day 6
I really want to sleep in, but the Climbing tour doesn’t allow cancellations within 24 hours and charge no-shows. I head out around 9:30 am. Despite being tired and annoyed, the tour was great. I have a lunch Steakhouse reservation at 2:30pm at Disney, so I’m sort of in a rush and happy the tour ends right on time at 12:30. I hop on the train ($10.70 RT tickets) and make it to Disneyland at 1:30 pm.
With an hour before my reservation, I stop into a bunch of stores and buy merch ($70.60). I make my way to The Steakhouse for lunch ($37.44). I am stuffed, so I walk a couple laps around Walt Disney Studios to get a lay of the land, take photos, and walk off lunch before indulging in some shows and rides.
A couple hours go by and I grab some dessert ($4.28) and rent a portable charger ($4.28). I wanted to ride Crush’s Coaster before my dinner reservation, but it had a crazy wait time and premier access sold out for the day, so I buy premier access for and ride Avenger’s Flight Force instead ($12.84), return the portable charger, and head to dinner at Bistrot Chez Remy ($58.83).
I stay until 9:30 pm for the light show, have snacks ($9.63), then head back to the hotel to shower, pack, and sleep.
Day 6 Spend - $208.60

Day 7
I have a protein bar for breakfast, check out at 10am, and grab a final ticket ($12.29) to the airport. I start to feel lightheaded and try to drink some water, but it doesn’t help much. So, I get McDonalds ($8.91) before boarding my flight and feel a lot better. I grab a Kinder ($1.72) from a nearby store because I’d never tried one. Amazing!
I am excited to get home and get back into my normal meal prep and exercise routine. I make it back to Philly at 7pm. I take a shower and go straight to bed.
Day 7 Spend - $22.71

Week Total - $760.52
Food + Drink - $406.74
Fun / Entertainment - $194.68 (shopping, tour reschedule, premier lanes)
Home + Health - $34.39 (universal adapter)
Clothes + Beauty - $45.35 (last minute toiletries)
Transport - $72.80
Other - $4.28 (portable charger rental)

Lastly, reflect on your diary!
While I’d never spend close to this in a normal week, celebrating my birthday in a way I enjoy is very important to me. I’m excited to travel more in the future.
I feel like I spent too much money on individual transport tickets; I should’ve brought the booklet of 10. But $73 for a bunch of days is still pretty cheap. I had a sinking fund of $600 originally, but the cash gifts from my mom and brother increased it to $900.
Overall, Paris was cheaper than I expected. I was worried $600 wouldn’t be enough. I picked up the tab a lot of places since there wasn’t an easy way for us to split the bill in multiple currencies (USD, pounds, euros), and I’m trying to hit the minimum spend on a new credit card. Had I been more willing to figure out bill splitting, I probably could've stayed under $600.
Relatedly - this trip inspired me to revisit my goal of becoming fully fluent in Spanish. French-speakers were visibly irritated when I spoke English (which I wasn’t upset about and expected). I did practice some French (beyond the basics like bonjour and merci) with my sister before the trip, but it always came out sounding like Spanish. So, after the first day, I resorted to starting conversations in Spanish.
If they spoke Spanish, great! However, many were caught off guard and didn’t speak Spanish, so I would then ask, in Spanish, if they spoke English, then converse in English — which made them noticeably nicer. Definitely gonna work on brushing up my Spanish and work towards fluency. I eventually want to learn French and ASL, too.
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2023.03.22 07:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Wednesday 22 March 2023

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Light rain throughout the day.
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Today in Scottish History
22 March 1727: Niel Gow, the most famous Scottish fiddle player of the 1700s, is born in Strathbraan, to the west of Dunkeld.
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Team Doyobi - "Thus Jacked Zarathustra" (suggested by Superbuddhapunk)
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2023.03.21 19:48 Dr-Ellicott-Chatham Questions about VIA rail and Go train

Hi there, planning a trip in a few months and i'm wondering what the status of the trains in the area are. I'm from St Kitts, and last lived in the area about 12 years ago. I remember hearing they were planning to bring both VIA rail and the GO train to the area while I was still living there. Did this ever happen?
The VIA rail map shows the train going to Niagara Falls, but when I try to book the trip, it says there are no trips available. The GO Train map shows the GO train going right to St Catharines, but I can't find timetables for that either.
I'm coming from Ottawa. The way I did it 12 years ago was arriving by VIA at union station, then taking the go train to Burlington, and then the go bus from Burlington to St Catharines. That trip is 2h19m, not counting the initial train ride, and the drive by car from union station into town is only 1h30m, so I'm hoping there's just something more convenient that I'm overlooking that appeared in the past decade. I have horrible memories of getting stuck on the GO bus at the end for hours in traffic and would like to avoid that potentially happening again. Thanks for reading!
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2023.03.21 16:08 FlyWithSeedyL Release Notes - Sim Update 12 [] Available Now


If you are playing on PC, outdated packages in your community folder may have an unexpected impact on the title’s performance and behavior.
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2023.03.21 12:32 Caramel_And_Waffle Getting from the airport to the CBD

I'm flying to Melbourne on Friday and don't know the best/easiest way to get from the airport to the CBD (I'm staying at the Oaks on William St near LaTrobe St). I've been told the SkyBus then a tram from Southern Cross station is an option. Can I use my credit card to pay for that or do I need a Myki Card? I'm tempted to just get a taxi or an Uber but I think that's much more expensive. Appreciate any advice.
I also need to get from my hotel to the MCG on Saturday and it's a bit too far for me to walk (dodgy knee). Is there a free tram that goes to the MCG (or close by)?
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2023.03.20 15:14 Wyngann Itinerary check : 10 days in Yokohama - Hakone - Tokyo

Hello we are a family of 3 (incl 6yo kid), we'd like some feedback on our itinerary. We have interest in video games, pokemon, anime, sanrio, Japanese clothes (denim/designers), food and deserts. Dates are Apr 10 (day of landing) to the 19th.
Mon Day 1 : Landing at Haneda at 5pm.Purchase Passmo at Tourist info center + Pick up Ninjawifi (pre-ordered) .Bus transfer Keikyu line to YCAT Station then train to Minatomirai for our hotel.
Tues Day 2 : Yokohama. I'm not sure how I should organize the end of the day, with the risk some activities to close. For now, in chronological order : Cup Noodles Museum at 10am, Walk to YCAT area : Surugaya (used plushies), Hapipiland, Anpanman museum. Walk to Mirai Mall/Queen square (quick stroll ?/ skip ?) then Red Brick Warehouse + Gundam Factory from outside. Evening in Chinatown and perhaps Cosmoworld + Air Cabin during the night if still open.
Wed Day 3 : Travel to Odawara in the morning, via Negishi Line & Tokaido Line. Odawara to Hakone Yomoto via Tozan Line. Purchase Hakone Free Pass (2-day). Luggage dropoff in locker at Gora Station or ryokan check-in/dropoff (Gora Station area) Ropeway to Owakudani for Sulfur eggs, Hakone Open Air Museum before they close. Return to Ryokan for dinner + private onsen time.
Thu Day 4 : Hakone area + Tokyo. 9am Check out & drop luggage in coin lockers at Gora Station. Cablecar to Togendai Ko Pirate Ship at 10.30am. Get off at Motohakone-ko, Shrine pics & Lunch. Take Bus Tozan to Kowakidani, then Tozan Rail to Gora, then Bus M/L to Gotemba Outlets. Gotemba Outlets shopping, return before or with the latest Shuttle 6pm. Gora Station train to Hakone Yumoto then to Odawara (7.48pm), transfer to the Romancecar booked for 9.06pm destination Shinjuku. Check-in at Hotel in Shinjuku Area when arriving in Tokyo
Fri Day 5 : Shinjuku/ Ikebukuro + Tokyo Station area. Chill day of strolling/shopping in Shinjuku and Ikebukuro, most likely Sunshine City for the shops and games and the new Animate building. Evening near Tokyo Station with Yaesu Mall, Nihombashi Takashimaya... we have a reservation for Pokemon Café at 8pm.
Sat Day 6 Sanrio Puroland + Shibuya area. Puroland at 8.30am... Not sure what's the best discount, seeing some tours for $18 but also Passmo discount (no idea what the %off) Return to Tokyo Shibuya/Harajuku : Thrift shops (Ragtag, Junkie Special), Animal cafés, Street food, Purikura, desserts etc... that's the kawaii day ^_^
Sun Day 7: Odaiba area. Teamlabs Planets at 9.30am (we have tickets booked already) then Odaiba malls. If we have time, we'll finish our day in Omotesando area.
Mon Day 8: Asakusa/Ueno area. We'll start swan boat rides in Ueno Park at 10am, Ueno street food at Ameyayokocho market + shopping at Americaya/Hinoya. Lunch at Kirby Café in Tokyo Sky Tree at 1.40pm (reserved!), quick stroll in the building/Solomachi then head back to Senso-ji temple, Nakamise St before 5pm.
Tue Day 9: Ginza & Akihabara. We'll be moving to Ginza area for the special Pokemon room. Ginza stroll with Itoya, Muji, Uniqlo, Ragtag, Kapital stores. We'll finish the day in Akihabara for video games, arcades, gachapons, claw machines... Maybe Square Enix Café but not as important as Kirby or Pokémon Café.
Day 10 : Departure

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2023.03.20 13:23 grimmjow-sms How to get to Koan Camping Ground on Mototsu Lake.

How to get to Koan Camping Ground on Mototsu Lake.
Hello Everyone,
Like I promised (like 5 months ago) I am making a post explaining how to go to Koan Camping Ground which is the one that appears on the first episode of the Anime.
First things first, as you all may know, the anime-manga is set in the Yamanashi Prefecture which is surrounding / behind Mount Fuji. In this area there are 5 lakes: Yamanakako, Kawaguchiko, Saiko, Shoji and Mototsu. The first 2 lakes are the biggest ones and the most common for tourism. The other 3 are smaller, and they are used mostly for sports, especially Mototsu where you can see a lot of people doing Windsurfing.
Although it is a very nice place, there isn’t much to do there. As is a place far from everything, business close early and there are no konbinis nearby. I would recommend you spend one day there only if you go only for seeing the camp site. If you want to do some hiking, then maybe 2 days tops.
Koan camping ground is located near Mototsu lake. In here you can also find the Fuji picture of the 1000Y bill.

Now, how to get there.
I will explain it as if you are going there from Tokyo. Also, I want to mention that, It will take time to get there, at least 3 hours, so please go early, you will understand why later.
While in Tokyo, you need to head to Shinjuku and go to the Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal and head to the 4th floor, so you can buy the tickets. Buy tickets for Kawaguchiko Station they are around 2,000Y each ticket you can buy the round trip in advanced, else buy the return ticket in Kawaguchiko station once you come back from Mototsu.
The trip should take 2 hours without any issue. Once there, head inside the station and look for the bus ticket counter. Ask for the Sightseen Bus All Lines ticket, it is valid for 2 days and it cost around 1,500Y (as for 2022).
Bus ticket example
Even if you go one day only, it is cheaper to get this ticket instead of paying both bus rides. Once you have the ticket simply ask for the Line Number for the Motosu Lake bus.
Also, you might want to go to the information center next to Kawaguchiko St. and ask for maps and bus schedules. In case you want to do one day trip only, you need to know when the last bus will depart from Mototsu.
The ride should take around 1 hour to 1 hour 20 min tops. The bus line is Blue and the Bus stop is the last one. If you know how to ride a bike (I don’t) I would recommend you to stop in the Bus Stop 97 and near there you will see a bike rental.
I am attaching the maps from this area. As you can see from the map, Mototsu is the last lake with the last bus Stop. Koan camping doesn’t appear in the map I added, but it is there, I promise.

Map of most of the lakes

Mototsu area
Once there, you can confirm the bus departure time and buy some stuff (if you didn't already) for going to the camp site.
Bike rental is like 1,500Y each, else it is like a 40-50 min walk to the site. You will notice when you arrive because you will arrive to a tunnel entrance and the Campsite is to the left of the tunnel. Around this place you will see also the scenic Mount Fuji view from the 1000Y bill as I mentioned.
Once you arrive to the entrance you will see familiar places, the bathroom bench where Nadeshiko sleeps, the house (full of YuruCamp stuff) and down the road the camp site.
Now, I did not go down to the camp site because I did not know if I was allowed to look without paying, I assume you can, since I walked inside another campsite in Mototsu (Sumika).
Besides the nice view from this lake and the 2 camp sites, if you have another day, or arrive there very early, you might have time to do some Hiking and go to top of Ryugadake which has a very nice from Fuji and the lakes.

Going Back
Remember to go back to the bus station on time, because after the last bus depart you will have to stay somewhere there and like I said, there is not much things, like food will be closed early.
If you bought the tickets I mentioned, simply show to the bus driver and get on the bus.
  • Bring water, food, snacks, protein bars.
  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothes (no converse, pls)
  • Sunscreen, bug repelent, hat.
  • Cash cus I don't remember they take card.

I hope this information is useful for you. Be safe out there, be careful of cordyceps and cov-19, avoid getting kidnapped by UAPs and stuff.

If needed I will keep editing this post and add more info.
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2023.03.20 13:05 sprungy Things to do: March 20 - March 26

March 23
Zellers grand opening @ STC
An Intimate Evening with Margaret Atwood - Live Tickets @ Reference Library
Kelly Pope on Secrets from the Trillion-Dollar Fraud Industry
Spring Cottage Life Show @ International Centre
Play Pool and Billiards - Downtown Toronto [Casual]
Storytelling for Success: How to Tell Stories Like Steve Jobs. Online event
Yoga @ Earl Bales Community Centre w/Meetup
PRESENT SENSES sip & sketch event @ Of Sorts Studio
Power Plant free admission
Bingo @ Flash on Church
Open Mic Night @ The Hashtag
Live band karaoke @ Wheatsheaf Tavern
Karaoke @ Pennys
Karaoke @ Flash On Church
Karaoke Thursdays The Irish Rose Pub Hosted by KJ Sharon
Naked karaoke @ Oasis
Suicide Commando @ Velvet Underground
Epik High @ History
Bach St John Passion. Until March 26
Florence Dore @ Dakota
Strangetooth @ Tranzac Club
TSO Gimeno conducts Beethoven 5
Soirée Franc'Open Mic atypique @ Wychwood Barns Park
Amplify ~ Throwback 80's and 90's Live Music Charity Event @ Firkin on Harbour
Dine & Dialogue - A Hip Haus Networking Experience @ Lavelle
Seafood and White Wine Meetup @ 192 Spadina
MODECANADAROCKS Spring Equinox @ Rebel
G.O.A.Thursday @ Hush Hush
Tantra Speed Date® - Toronto (Meet Singles Speed Dating) @ Alternity
I Like Movies. Free screening @ Innis Town Hall. Rush line only
Hot Docs: The Colour of Ink w/Meetup
📽️Foreign TV Series: Three Kingdoms (2010) (Sub) - Episode 10-12 online watch party
Weekly Series: Free LCS Watch Party @ Offworld Bar
Amazon Seller Meetup @ Hunter's Landing
Casino bus to Niagara Falls
Presto discounts for various shows/attractions
Disney Animation: Immersive Experience Toronto
Exhibit on Pinocchio and Italian Folktales @ Lillian H Smith Library. Until April 15
Stranger Things : The Experience
Registration continues for JAM sports leagues
YMCA free 7-day trial pass
GoodLife Fitness free 7-day trial pass
Trivia @ East of Brunswick
Question Everything Pop Culture Trivia Night @ The Fortunate Fox
Thursday Night Trivia @ Praise
Trivia Night at Shoeless Joe's, The Esplanade
Online trivia
Weekly trivia roundup
Public sweat sauna @ Harbourfront. Until April 23
Toronto History Museums free admission
Winter Flower Show @ Centennial Park Conservatory. Free admission
Self guided Discovery Tours
Seeing the Invisible An Outdoor Augmented Reality Exhibition
Winter Stations outdoor art exhibition. Until April 3
Lumière: The Art of Light @ Trillium Park. Free until May 7
Volunteer w/Bike Brigade
Monty Scott @ Absolute Comedy
comedy @ Yuk Yuks
(4.99$ SALE) Keys Toronto Stand up Comedy Club
Howling Puppies Stand Up Comedy Show @ Nothing Fancy
Hot Seat Comedy @ Free Times Cafe
Queen Street Hooligans Comedy Show. Free show
Comedy @ Tallboys
Technicolour Comedy
Thirsty Thursday Comedy
G.O.A.T. Comedy @ Wenona Lodge
PJ Party @ Backroom Comedy Club
Comedy TOnight
Comedy All-Stars! (Improv Show at Social Capital Theatre) w/Meetup
Bumpin' uglies. Comedy night @ M4
50% off wings Islas
50% off wings @ Hoops. Drink purchase required
$2.99 Mama Burger @ A&W. Until April 2
DQ. Second Blizzard for $1. Until March 26
Free burger @ Cabano's. Must bring in competitor receipt. Ends May 24
$10 unlimited toppings @ Pi . Co
Birthday freebies. Denny's , Marble Slab, and more
March 24
Toronto Harbour: Our Grand Walkway. History walk
Riverdale, Riverside, and the Don Jail history walk
10XTO open house. Hotel X athletic club
Spring Cottage Life Show @ International Centre
Weekend bus to Casino Rama
Dinner and Drinks at The Pint Public House w/Meetup
Musical Theatre Open Mic Night @ Tranzac Club
Toronto Raptors vs. Detroit Pistons @ Scotiabank Arena
Power Plant free admission
MOCA. Free admission after 5PM
The Way. Free screening @ Humber Valley United Church
Petit Maman & The Florida Project. Free double feature @ Innis Town Hall
Newsies. Online watch party
ROM. After Dark event . 19+
Static X @ Danforth Music Hall
Dwayne Gretzky @ Phoenix
Harm & Ease @ El Mocambo
Bingo @ Flash on Church
Monty Scott @ Absolute Comedy
Manolis Zontanos @ Yuk Yuks
March 25
City of Toronto volunteer information session
Puppy yoga @ 213 Sterling
Spring Cottage Life Show @ International Centre
$10/$15 unlimited GO Transit.
Weekend bus to Casino Rama
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves free preview @ Yorkdale Cinema. YMMV
Marathon de films québécois et français . Free @ Alliance Francaise
The Annex Historical Tour (Free)
Winter Adventure at the Brick Works - Let's Enjoy the Market and More
You've Been Bad Toronto: Brothels to the Blue Laws history walk
City Architecture: The Grange history walk
The Darkest Moments in Toronto: Our Darkest Secrets Tour
Saturday evening karaoke house party
Dwayne Gretzky @ Phoenix
For Iran In Solidarity @ Scotiabank Arena
Toronto Marlies vs. Cleveland Monsters @ Coca Cola Coliseum
John Wick Chapter 4 w/Meetup
Power Plant free admission
Bingo @ Flash on Church
Singles party @ Quadro
Monty Scott @ Absolute Comedy
Manolis Zontanos @ Yuk Yuks
Marvel vs DC roast battle @ Comedy Bar
Ghost Orgy @ Comedy Bar
March 26
10XTO open house. Hotel X athletic club
Spring Cottage Life Show @ International Centre
$10/$15 unlimited GO Transit.
Weekend bus to Casino Rama
Mount Pleasant Cemetery Winter Walk and lunch at Swiss Chalet
Humber River Walk
Lights, Camera, Action: Hollywood North Film Locations
The Toronto Trail history walk
Downtown/PATH walk w/Meetup
Toronto Raptors vs. Washington Wizards @ Scotiabank Arena
Power Plant free admission
Bata Shoe Museum free admission
Trivia Sunday Afternoons at 99 Bottles
Bingo @ Flash on Church
$18.88 evening bowling @ Splitsville
Karaoke Sundays @ Capone's
Karaoke @ On The Rocks
Karaoke @ Toby's
Monty Scott @ Absolute Comedy
50% off wings @ Crown and Dragon. Drink purchase required
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