APA Villa Hotel Akasakamitsuke
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... just like back at home. As soon as we got off the plane we were again in search of an taxi to take us to our very last challenge. We were so happy to finally be finishing because that meant we would soon be heading home and could share our stories and our amazing adventures with the people I love. We drove to the restaurant called Kozue to make Sushi. We weren't really fans of sushi but we had to give it shot because it was what ...
... It was clearly popular as we had to wait outside in the cold wind for 20 minutes until they could seat us. We split two sandwiches before exiting the park and entering the labyrinth that they call a train station. Once again Miki led us thru the process and soon we were on the train heading back to the hotel.For dinner we decide to try one of the many restaurants located in the huge cavernous underground ...
... last few days; my apologies for the lack of chronological order here. My notes, to much the same extent as my head, are disorganised and incoherent to the point that even I, their life giver, can only barely make sense of some of them.
In Geronimo, stuck on one of the pipes in the bathroom, were barbecue tongs. Reading my note I had to giggle; I suddenly remembered telling the patrons with whom I was sharing the bar counter that I’d found ...
... a massive 9-story tall electronics store. Christine and I both thought it was a mall, but Hiro explained it was a single store. We didn't check out all nine floors, but we saw everything from video cameras, to luggage, computers, phones, and even 3D printers.
For dinner we went to a famous Ramen restaurant. Orders are placed at a vending machine outside the restaurant. Then you give the ticket to the kitchen staff, and in five minutes a bowl of soup ...
... cheaper than Australia,especially beer! There's a seven eleven near the hotel and they are selling Chilean wine for about £3.
Up early,well for me! for a visit to the famous Tsukiji fish market,you had to be there about 4am to get to the Tuna auction and then they only let in a certain number, but at 9am the public could go to see this the biggest seafood market in the world and we saw many weird and wonderful things. It was ...