Toyoko Inn Haneda Airport 1
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... which is where our hotel is located. Once we dropped our luggages off at the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa, we took the metro to Tokyo station and had dinner at our favorite sushi restaurant at JP Tower. The food was absolutely amazing, and I ate way more than I should have. Before going back to the hotel, we strolled along the streets of Ginza and managed to look at all the Christmas lights and shop ...
... mess of the bathroom. For the next flight we decided to pay a little more for a quiet section ticket on the AirAsia flight and this was a really good move for two reasons. Firstly there were no babies allowed so it was peaceful and secondly it seemed that most people weren’t willing to pay the extra which left us with a free seat next to us. For such a long traveling day things like that really make a difference.
After a really long travel ...
... mastered telegraph and electricity wires yet though. The downside? Smoking, far too much of it, especially in restaurants. It really seems at odds with all their other progressive habits. Of course there is a danger that obsession with orderliness makes the tourist experience a tad sterile but this is definitely not the case. Japan has more tricks up its sleeve. Attention to detail has produced exquisite paintings, ceramics, architecture, even food presentation is an ...
... times before a fight! Finally, they’d start wrestling. Sometimes the fights were really short, some longer – the longest was about a minute. Often the wrestlers would be thrown out of the ring and fall on top of the judges, people in the front row and the other wrestlers that were waiting. Twice the five judges had to go into the middle of the ring and figure out who was 'dead meat’ (the guy who lost) and who was ...
... unlike trains.
So into Hiroshima station, and when Veronica booked the Shinkansen tickets she was informed that the reserved seating was fairly full, so we couldn't have seats together. So she booked whatever 4 seats she could (since Isabelle doesn't get a seat, since she's too young for a rail pass. As we did on the last trip, we decided to try our luck on the unreserved car, which worked out quite well. ...