Akasaka Granbell Hotel
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... I was helped by a guy with very good English( a bit of a rarity in japan so far) who spotted me looking confused. Once I'd found my hotel, I ditched my stuff and headed off through the soaring high rises of west shinjuku towards the metropolitan govt buildings that offer panoramic views over Tokyo for free. Unfortunately the visibility wasn't quite good enough to see mt Fuji 60 miles away, however the views over Tokyo itself showed the shear ...
... it was quite relaxing riding through some parts sightseeing some of the popular attractions and landmarks.
For lunch we all stopped at a sushi restaurant which was overlooking a river, this restaurant would be a great place for a school to visit as there is plenty of room and great food. In the afternoon the bike tour went on and we continued to ride throughout the city and stopping at landmarks until about 4 p.m. When the tour finished I thought that ...
My journey to China consisted of a 2 hour car ride from Philadelphia to New York, a 14 hour flight to Tokyo, a 6 hour layover, and then a 4 hour flight to Beijing. I really don't mind long flights and days of traveling because it brings me to so many amazing places on the other side of the world and it gives me time to think about a lot of things and reflect about my journey so far. While 36,000 feet in the air, traveling somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, I was thinking a lot about ...
... centres. We made our way back to our hotel to settle in for the afternoon. Our hotel "suite" is 12 square metres including bathroom - literally 4X3. Well provisioned and very clean. The bathroom module has the iconic Japanese toilet seat. Constantly heated, providing shower, jet, and emits a running water sound when you sit down, to hide any unpleasant sounds!
We search out for a roof-top bar for drinks and find a hotel not far away that made a good G&T ...
... couple beers it was understood and dealt with.
The rest of the crew was waiting (and to our chagrin had seen our botched landing) so we headed out to Tokyo. Tokyo doesn’t have a viable general aviation airport, so we would have to take a couple hour Shinkansen bullet train from Nagoya. We were all excited about seeing these trains, their efficiency, and their speed. Paul Mauguin, working for Peter Steeger, had met us at ...