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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... br> The view from room 1835 is grey and cloudy and rain is promised all day. Now that im the proud owner of a Japanese umbrella, a plastic pack-a-mac from my open top bus ride and a very familiar metro map.................................... ...............i think anything is possible next.
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... rented car we stopped by two waterfalls. The Eniwa fall was big, empty and hard to get to; you practically had to climb a mountain. Totally woth it though; fantastic wiev and utter and complete silence. The falls accually didn't sound that much - there was a water dem. The other waterfall wasn't quite as quiet - no dems loosened up the roaring of the waters to maximum value. I forgot the name of that waterfall though... XD. It had parking ...
... the complex had burned down in the 1800's so mostly it was a garden and the stone foundations. The guide had pictures of how it used to look and could point out the different aspects of the area to us. It was a good enough tour that I would have paid for it! They gave up 2 hours of their time to tell us about their history. I do wish we had come 3 weeks ago though to see all the flowers in bloom - we seem to be right between flowering seasons. An interesting ...
... the bus is quiet! So Ty, no BEATS headphones. And if you do listen to music it cannot be loud. I mean, I guess you could listen to your music on loud, but then you might have a lot of people staring at you for being inconsiderate. Anyway, everyone was generally nice and smiled a lot. I paid for my bus ticket which was 3100 yen.. In US dollars that's only about $20-$40 (I think it's in that range). Either way it seems like a lot ...
... of the country, but the response was a look of, "Are you serious?" We were definitely in the big city and traditions of courtesy like in so many places have sadly fallen to the wayside.
Never was this population overload more felt than while experiencing the frenzy of the Ginza shopping district. People were of one frame of mind - fast ...