Atsugi City Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... before entering the bath. Bath is WARM - steaming - and full of old japanese ladies chit-chatting about anything. By building small walls in the tub they managed to secure some areas into being only-bubbles and some into being plain water. And the creepiest one of all - the electric bath. As soon as the ladies understood that I know some japanese, they were thrilled and quickly hurled me into the fizzy waters and started scrubbing my back^^". Electric bath was... instresting. ...
... Also when people didn’t understand English, he, of all things, spoke
with his limited German, like that would help.
Too bad when we went to the Tokyo Sky Tree Tower, even
though it was a sunny day, there was smog in the distance and you couldn’t see
The food has been agreeing with us. However since
everything is fried in the restaurants we have resorted to the grocery store
and that has ...
... a couple photos of Sensoji and the famous Kaminarimon gate (the thunder gate) which houses the largest lantern I have ever seen (stunning!) and two large thunder beings guarding Sensoji.
When we became hungry and were getting tired from carrying the packs, that's when we both started to loose our temper. There were far to many people around and prices for food around the temple were through the roof! Outrageously expensive. ...
... train to Hiroshima the next day and after checking into our hostel we visit the Peace Memorial Park and Museum. The park is really nice, lots of sculptures and open space. The 'a-bomb' dome is the only building left as it was since the bomb went off. Inside the museum is very informative, the photos of peoples' burns are particularly disturbing. From the complete destruction just 69 years ago you would never have guesses it was the same city today. We following day ...
... some raw fish. I still cant work out if what they had was sushi or sashimi. They had green tea using powdered leaves and prepared their plates with wasabi and soy. There was luckily a English picture menu that made the decision slightly easier. They tried eel, horse mackerel (minus the horse) and some other weird treats that made me wince as they bit into it. I had to settle for shop bought food and cooked in the hostel as not even Burger King had a vegetarian option other ...