the Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn, New York. 06.07.14.

Brooklyn, New York. 06.07.14.

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Cheonggye Plaza

Seoul, South Korea.

Seoul, South Korea.

One afternoon, Ceddy and I met up during his lunch. Before getting conveyor belt sushi, we met at the Gwanghwamun metro stop and walked along the Cheonggye Plaza.

Seoul, South Korea.

Seoul, South Korea.

Though it was windy, the Cheonggyecheon stream was peaceful.

Seoul, South Korea.

Seoul, South Korea.

After crossing the stepping stones to the other side of the stream, we headed to lunch.

Seoul, South Korea.

Seoul, South Korea.

Rainbow Bridge

Tokyo, Japan.

Rainbow Bridge. Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo’s Rainbow Bridge connects Shibaura Pier to Odaiba waterfront development, which is across Tokyo Bay. The pier was lined with restaurants where groups of friends, couples, and a few families could grab dinner and/or drinks after work.

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

Shibaura Pier is one of the most romantic spots in the city. Couples sat on the boardwalk by the beach and watched the boats move across the bay under Rainbow Bridge.

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

Originally, Ceddy and I wanted to take one of the water taxis to see the views from the bay. While we were too late to catch one, we got drinks and enjoyed the views from the boardwalk. I even convinced him to take some photos.

Ceddy has a much better sense of balance than me. Tokyo, Japan.

Ceddy has a much better sense of balance than me. Tokyo, Japan.

I just stood by the railing (knowing my luck, I would’ve fallen and broken other teeth).

Not classy, just clumsy. Tokyo, Japan.

Not classy, just clumsy. Tokyo, Japan.

Rainbow Bridge should be on everyone’s list of sights to see in Tokyo (especially if you’re feeling amorous).