Weekly Dormy Inn Meguro Aobadai
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... pair of shoes, with a smile on my face and love in my heart.................................. .......it works every time, as im no stranger to walking into a room full of strangers. I felt totally at ease and i smiled at everyone who looked at me - and there were a lot of brown eyes looking at me. Within minutes a couple came over to me and said at the same time "Nicki". I replied "yes" with a big smile and Shohei's mum and ...
... keep chattering away and smiling as if we do understand.
A significant observation in this street was the number of shops that sell only red items and 99% of those items are very 'sensible' underwear but in subdued shade of post box red. There were also a few kids clothes and toys in red and some hand towels.
Another observation, although not exclusive to this area, but is certainly pertinent, are the signs in the streets, train stations, everywhere, advising where ...
... things were slightly odd). We earnestly practised our best Japanese phrase for we enjoyed it (which translates as it was a real feast) - the staff were happy to hear us say it and shouted it out to each other. We then walked to the smart shopping area Ginza (equivalent of Regent St/Bond St) passing first he newly refurbished traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre.we we We discovered that we could buy tickets for just one act so decided to do that early evening. We ...
... of the Tokyo tower, Roppongi (a district of Minato, Tokyo), Shinjuku (a major commercial and administrative center, housing the busiest train station in the world, Shinjuku Station), the Tokyo Dome (a baseball stadium), Akihabara (an otaku cultural and shopping center), and the Tokyo Skytree Tower. After that, we caught a cab to closely view the beautiful Tokyo Tower. At the Tokyo Tower, ...
... caught on the boat.
After being sufficiently grossed out for the the morning I head over to Tokyo Tower to see the Eiffel tower knock off and continue on to Zojo Ji Temple complex. This monastery was originally located in Kan to but was moved to Edo when the capital was moved here from Kyoto in the late 1500's. For those of you not familiar with Japanese history prior to this period Kyoto was the capital and Tokyo did ...