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Tomorrow am returning home, to Tokyo. Atlanta has been fun, but it does seem like city where you need a car or seriously figure out the metro. Next years TechEd is in Orlando, I like the convention centre, but it seems to in the middle of nowhere. In Tokyo, I live close to middle of city, with plenty to do everywhere. It's funny, when I was living in England, my passport lasted 10 years, but in 4 years in Japan I've filled up the passport with all the trips, exploring Asia. Actually happy going home, but still suffering from the jet lag from coming over - now I have a week of jet lag back home. Got to explore the TechEd in Tokyo, but suspect I wil still be coming to the US, regardless of how boring I sometimes find the cities - the important thing is the convention itself, through Last years conference in New Orleans was fun. Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2011 3:52 PM Life , Japan | Back to top

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Most American cities (and towns) are absolutey inane, lifeless, and boring. Stick to the serious cities like New York, San Francisco, Chicago, New Orleans, or any other place that has a real serious urban core. They're fun. :)
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