FLEXSTAY INN Nakanobu
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... pictured up a book to collect stamps at Japan's shrines and temples. It was late afternoon when we left the peaceful shrine. Pushing three strollers, we squeezed our way down the super-crowded shopping area, Takeshita Street. We had a difficult time finding a place to eat that would accommodate all of us and the strollers. We finally settled on delicious Turkish Kebabs. Lesson 3: Totally possible to eat cheaply in Tokyo. With exhausted toddlers in tow, we boarded a very crowded ...
... is famed for it's spectacularly commanding views of Tokyo and the added bonus of being free. We queued and were whisked off to the top in the super fast lift. When we got to the top we were rewarded with an astounding skyline equal to New York. The building was very high with 360 degree panorama and dwarfed many other buildings. We could see the famous Tokyo tower which Godzilla destroyed in the 1939 classic film (the black and white one). ...
... except for two gold chrysanthemums on the main doors. Around one side of the shrine was a display of flower arrangements, which were quite exquisite.
We then headed off to the Yushukan, which is a military museum, established in 1882. There are some very interesting displays of ancient military armour as well as some very modern military hardware, including a replica of the gliders used by the 'kamikaze' pilots of WWII, a Mitzubishi Zero aeroplane, and two ...
... A little more walking and exploring and there it is! The place the bus dropped us this morning and we are back of track. Up to the hotel, check in and find our rooms that are small but adequate. The girls have a twin bed room and there's is slightly bigger. Rest and relax . Dinner was a quiet affair just a short stroll to next door Chinese restaurant. Only Rob and I as the girls are asleep. There we met a family of three from Melbourne. They shared some of their favourite sites in ...
... around 1am, making sure not to miss the last train of the night. Our food and drink tab often approached the $100 range per night - I'm talking about our last stop for the night, not the tab for the whole day! Malt beer lovers would find themselves in heaven here, and with sochu and sake options complementing the food so well it was impossible not to try them all. For cuisine that is generally considered healthy we sure were gaining weight over ...