Flex Stay Inn Iidabashi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I really try to not write too much about the food that I consume, but today is ALL about food. If you don't want to read about eating, perhaps flick to the next page of the blog.
The Tokyo fish market is world famous, and I understand why now. Fish in every variety, size from miniature to lochness monster sized, the street food is the freshest ingredients possible that you pay for and then eat straight from the hot plate. Sweet rice balls, sweet / savory omelet, ...
... After this I made an impulsive but cheap decision to clamber into a baseball batting cage on the roof of a nearby building. I opted for the fairly tame 80 to 100 kmh cage and barely even clipped any of the 30 balls fired at me. Not my sport I guess... My final act in the city was to walk to a park which looked large and promising on the map but proved to be a long walk to find that it was closed due to a dengue fever outbreak. A hasty retreat ...
... in a cute local restaurant with a huge language barrier we headed out to Shibuya and I saw the famous crossing that's in all the films where they are hundreds of people all crossing at once from loads of different angles! It was prettying odd but hard to get a photo that does it justice. They we walked through Roppongi to the Tokyo Tower and WALKED the stairs ...
The rest of our time in Tokyo was a blur. We spent time at Toyota Megaweb an saw the innovations of tomorrow. We rode one of the world's highest ferris wheels. We virtual gamed our way through Sega's Tokyo Joyopolis which is a place jam packed with virtual games and simulation rides. And finally, we participated in Tokyo Disney's 30th year celebration called the year of happiness. The kids had a blast running through Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea. ...
... we found one that spoke English to point us in the right direction. I later learnt that Shinjuku Station is officially the busiest station in the world. In 2007 it registered an average of 3,640,000 passengers per day and has more exits than any other station – over 200 at the last count and 36 platforms! I'm glad we got out alive.
"Thank goodness moment #1, pre booking accommodation for our first night in a new city and having a map to get there is essential."