Toyoko Inn Haneda Airport 1
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... of bounds. Grandy had to give her more money to throw. We left the Shrine to find the costumes. After a while Nanny and I gave up. Grandy was determined to find them though and we kept searching. He too gave up and we failed our quest. We did a little shopping before coming back to the hotel. We had dinner at a Japanese restaurant and had a game of mills and runs before bed.
We were suppose to go on a bike tour today but it was cancelled because ...
Doing some laundry this morning and then heading for Shibuya Station where the famous scramble crossing is. To exit Shibuya Station we simple follow the signs for the Hachiko Exit which will take us to where we want to be. A statue of Hachiko is near the scramble crossing. Hachiko was an Akita who every day would pick up his owner at Shibuya Station when he returned home from work. One day his owner died from a heart attack at work ...
... on the train map. I was proud of myself for being able to count along with him as he figured out how many stops were before ours. Then thankfully I had downloaded the instructions from the hostel website, so we were able to figure our way out of the maze of a station to get to the right part of the street to simply walk over to our hostel.
Checking in we lucked out and got our own room, that is almost as good as a hotel! We even have our own bathroom (in fact, ...
... I've experienced before. In Europe I felt like I could mediocrely get by, but here you can't even guess on words - everything is symbols. Their love for pictures has helped though and our hostel gave us a booklet that includes a "pointing sheet of expressions". It has already saved us from ordering beef instead of octopus. We've encountered a few interesting dishes already. On Wednesday our goal was to stay up so the time difference didn't mess with our heads. We started by going to ...
... I am not generally what some would refer to as an eco-freak, but this kind of techy stuff for saving the planet is right up my alley. Do they use this method elsewhere?
One last story for this blog entry.
When I finally booked my flight to Japan I posted as such on Facebook. My good friend Amy hit 'Like’ as one is like to do on Facebook and commented on my post:
“Awesome! Reena and I are going to Japan as well!”