Ageo Tobu Hotel
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We had a 45 min walk home which also felt good. The rain had stopped and we hurried along the streets of Shibuya towards home. Its not late and we want to watch a show.
After only 10 min I have made what seemed impossible possible- Netflix isn’t available in Japan. I find a blog that describes how to get a VRP (I think that is what its called) is a secret address that allows you to brows the internet ...
Day started with breakfast in Tully's for pancakes. Can't go wrong with this.
Took a train on Asakusa line to the Sky Tree which is the final stop on this line. Remember that we did not find an escalator or elevator which could be a problem if you have strollers. Take exit A1 which leads you to main road. A 5min walk will take you to the sky tree entrance. I had to meet one of my old friends who lives in Tokyo. He helped me purchase tkts online ...
... hold weddings there! Luckily my boss is paying cause It costs $650 a night for the basic room which is a good price for what you get. I don't recommend this accommodation for a school group maybe because it costs $650 a night for a 1 bedroom suite so it would be a lot more for many people in one apartment. Other hotels would have better packages on offer for larger groups of people.
After I settled into the appartment I decided to visit the shops located around the hotel. ...
... able to look back and understand even a little bit of how the pieces of the plan are perfectly ordered for good. -- My travel to Beijing is in two parts as I had an overnight layover in Tokyo. In the morning before going back to the airport, I walked around the neighborhood near the hotel for a bit. I took pictures of anything and everything that caused me to raise an eyebrow or tilt my head. I have more questions than explanations, so check out the pictures and ...
... go back to the Dormy Inn.
I'd missed gaming on my computer,so I went to the national arcade. It was like an American arcade except in Japanese. After being around tech for so much I wanted to be classy,so I went to Kabukiza. It's an old theater that shows old Japanese plays for people to watch.
I went back to my hotel to rest and prepare for my final day in Japan.
Since it was my last time in Tokyo,I decided to go to Hakone. ...