Via Inn Asakusa
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Nice stay with a short walk to main shopping area to Asakusa district Close to Senso-ji Temple :)
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Since our group did not have to catch the train until 5:18 PM our tour guide offered to show us around Tokyo for awhile. Since I hadn't explore much of the city I decided to follow along. The first place we went to was the Municipal Government Building near the Shinjuku train station where we were able to go up to the 45th floor for free and were treated to some excellent views of Tokyo. Although it was Sunday and the offices closed, I would ...
... so cool, becasue it had pictures of what you might order. We got the noodles for $13.64 for all of us which is 1,398.65 yen. After that we went to our hotel "Narita Tobu Hotel Airport." We stayed 1 night, and it was $61.77 USD. For dinner we went to "Suchi Kyotatsu." We has soup for $15 total 1538.10 yen. After that we went back to the hotel and went to bed.
... people in the festival while strolling through the park. After leaving the park we walked through a shopping area that reminded us of Greenwich Village in NYC - but as we looked around we saw only young kids - mostly teenagers - and there was just a constant stream of them on all ...
... ageing. As Sherry or any of my other
colleagues will attest, many of the people we met appeared to be 10-15 years
younger than they were. The most
startling for me was when I met a junior member of the Japan Real Estate
team. He was new to the team and I
quickly decided he must have recently finished his university studies. At dinner our first night, I found out that
he was older than me and married with two children. Whatever it is that prevents ...
... anyone in Tokyo learning Spanish was welcome to come and enjoy paella and Sangria while talking with Spanish-speaking Tokyoites.
The next day, I spent at Ueno Park and experienced my first "hanami party." These things are great - you get a blue tarp, sit on it with your friends or colleagues, and drink and eat all day while admiring the cherry blossom trees. Definitely one of my ...