Ayase Kokusai Hotel
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... The ceiling and door clearance is also a lot shorter. Mr. Lu also explained to me that the government covered health insurance after initial 80000 yen is spend and maternity care is 100% covered along with 2 years 60% government paid benefit. They really treat their citizens well. The one thing is people with kids and baby stroller aren't treated with as much respect as in the United States, they said people always move out of their way with baby stroller ...
... cold and wet again...just great! We decided to hang out in the common room and met some cool people who were going out later on to karaoke. They asked if we wanted to come so we said yes and went to have a nap before as we were so tired. Unfortunately as has happened before, our nap became more of a sleep and when we woke up we had missed the guys...ooops. We decided then to just have an early night and vowed to do karaoke another night. Day 94 Today was a bit of a ...
... for that evenings fight. After a whole day of talking to no one, back at my hostel I met a couple of people instantly and after tea had a couple of drinks in the hostel bar. From here a group went out drinking while I stayed in playing cards and drinking beer with some Canadians til 2 am. The joys of hostels! Sunday morning and myself and two others headed out to the Skytree area to see an exhibition on robots. It took ages to find it, the area is huge and not ...
... closed so we didn't. We went back to the train station and had lunch as we like the bakeries they have there. I particularly like the sweet bean buns. Yum. Then we decided to return to the hotel to unload our packages and decide what to do. Really the only places we hadn't been was Harajuku so we went there and which was unbelievably packed with people. It was hard to move down the street there was that many people. This is where the young people like to go and get ...
... convenience stores to cool down under their air con became a survival necessity. Not a good time then to visit the Tokyo Tower, and yet I did on my first full day. Situated south in Akasaka, getting to the tower requires a bit of a trek up a hill, normally nothing too taxing but in this weather a hard going slog. Still, what to have for lunch in such searing heat? Why, a curry of course. But The Tokyo Curry Lab at the base of the Tokyo Tower comes ...