Takanawa Keikyu Hotel
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... navy blazers and white knee high socks. Maybe a third or more of the people are wearing paper masks over their mouth and nose. In general about the same percentage of the population seems to wear those masks. It is not clear if they are worried about polution, cold air or germs.
Back to the park. Another notable aspect of the park is that there is 0 graffiti and 0 litter. Even the flower beds, the little nooks and crannies are free of ...
... to help carry anything and when we got to reception he refused to stop kicking the bags and me! When mum finally got the room key he also refused to come to the room throwing a huge tantrum! Anyway the room is okay. Pillows are like mini rocks though :( The bathroom is also like a mini caravan bathroom! I suppose this is what you get in Japan ...
... it isn’t as if I don’t have enough text to keep everyone busy reading), I saw a poster on the wall. It mentioned in big letters “Mission for Tokyo: Metro trains will continue to be an electric power source for stations.” This caught my eye, so I went in for a closer look. As it turns out they produce electric power when they decelerate the trains, and use this to supply power for accelerating other trains, lighting, and elevators ...
... the corner so decided that it would be good for us to go and look around.
There was a ¥100 (£0.57) admission fee for the gardens and greenhouse, so we headed towards the traditional Japanese garden area. It's amazing that in such a busy city there are such quiet and tranquil places like this garden. There was a large pond with koi carp and a different variety of turtles swimming around. The grass was perfectly trimmed as were the trees and it gave out a very ...
... great fun! The paths were beyond crowded, its was busy and crazy and everyone had a smile on their face.
A Buddhist temple sat above the crowds and food stalls, the only sign of tranquility in all this brilliant craziness.
We walked around the town, everywhere is busy today! The side streets were crammed with shoppers and it was worth walking here just for the experience!
We finished the evening off in an Indian/Nepalese restaurant where the curries were devine!