APA Hotel Tokyo Ojima
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... travel comfort pack. Leg room was amazing, and I never used the comfort pack - though I plan to on the flight home so I'll write a review or something (I actually looked everywhere for a review online of the pack, whether it was worth $10, so I know it's weird to review it but someone will one day want to know!)
Anyway. 10 hour flight, 11pm (local) - 7.30am (tokyo) (approx). Upon arriving, there were several thousand queues ...
... reminded me of a really old cartoon. It was set in an old fashioned open top car, the main character is driving with his girlfriend and then a giant villain shows up on the back seat and begins to terrorise the couple. The man then begins to fight the villain and kicks him out of the car only for the film to loop around.
With that I had finished the first room. So I made my way into the small archways crouching all the while to see what I could find. The archways ...
It was early in the morning when we were off to go to a futuristic museum. But to get there we went on the subway. The subway was making a lot of big screeches. We finally got to the stop and got off. We went up and them hopped onto the Monorail (flying train). The monorail was really cool because we were going round the buildings in the air. The views were absolutely amazing. It took around about 20 minutes. When we got off the person told us that the Futuristic museum was closed so ...
... Takashimaya and at half the price. We haven't had a single bad, or even average, meal so far. We made another toilet-related discovery on our second day here which I forgot to mention - toilets in the malls have a button labelled "Sound" or "Flushing Sound" - we assumed it was to mask other sounds and to not offend anyone in the vicinity - what n what! That evening we went for a walk in the direction of the Palace and its gardens. The two Imperial swans ...
... moment as we approached every train stop and the driver hit the breaks, because inevitably someone would overbalance and the domino effect would cause a ripple of stumbling through the whole carriage. I was glad when we finally got home!
Another day we visited the Meiji park, named after the old emperor Meiji and his wife, who according to the park literature, were nice folk. There were lots of weddings taking place at ...