Atsugi City Hotel
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...or at least preparation for one at an annual prepair-yourself-for-emergencies festival yesterday. (Haha sorry mom I know you're reading this and I just couldn't resist scaring you ^.^"). Important knowledge was taught out at an outdoor-festival in Shinjuku and we got to try out stuff like first aid on a lifeless doll. We tried aiming with a fire exhinguisher at a little wooden plate with a fire drawn on it, and if you got it right ...
... dead as. It was the Saturday before Christmas and you could have streaked up and down the place and only a couple of folk would have seen your bare ass. We didn't streak but we took off our coats because it was a bit hot. We had had this grand idea that we would be able to get some great Christmas gifts in Tokyo, everything we'd read told us shopping was amazing, but we were struggling. Where were the cheap electronic gizmos that were no good to anyone, that's the stuff we ...
... to a club a local showed us, where we had a bit of a dance and
plenty more to drink. I ended up heading back to my hotel at 7 am, finally
arriving there at 09.30, half an hour before I would have had to check out. With
a heavy slur I managed to ask the nice lady at the front desk for another
Suddenly I wake up, and I see that it’s already 7 pm, I just slept
another 9 hours. There is something about Japan or Tokyo that makes me ...
After another good breakfast, we made a game plan to go to Ginza and then come back to get ready for dinner. If we had time after dinner, we were either going to go to the Tokyo Government Building (city hall a la skyscraper) which has a free observation deck or down to Roppongi to go to the Midtown Tower which also has an observation deck.
Ginza was about 20-25 minutes via the subway which runs right under the Hilton. It was pretty easy ...
After visiting the ultra-modern Skytree tower, we headed to a much more historical district - Asakusa. On the way there we stopped at the headquarters of Asahi corporation that makes beer and many other drinks (the building is shaped like a giant foamy glass of beer) and had some German-style lunch, after which we dropped by a small charming bakery for some dessert. Then we headed ...