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... the hotel for a bit before venturing out into Shinjuku again for dinner. Chris had pointed out some side streets earlier in the day, and we ended up finding loads of restaurants, bars and shops in a surprisingly large district near our hotel! A waitress called us over from a restaurant entrance, and we went into a restaurant with lots of private booths. It was the kind of restaurant where you order lots of different little ...
... However, we’d read about a place near Asakusa where you mixed and cooked your own okonomiyaki so we decided to give it a go. The restaurant itself was beautiful; really dark and hot and a bit tatty around the edges – just the kind of place we like. Considering that neither of us has ever eaten, let alone cooked an okonomiyaki before, they didn’t turn out too badly and we left feeling very stuffed, very tired and very pleased with ourselves.
... us a hotel near by. We used 5 minutes of free internet time to get on the computer, find a hotel, get directions, and book a hotel! It was a hectic process but we figured it out. Another one bed $26 each a night hotel…we were ok with it! Then for almost THREE hours….we were lost. We walked all around Tokyo trying to find Pearl Hotel… were misdirected so many time until we FINALLY ...
... day of waiting was instantly well worth it. The view was amazing! In every direction all you could see was city. We wandered around looking at as many different views as possible, found the direction our hotel was, even though we couldn’t see it, and were generally amazed by the sheer size of the city we had been traveling around for the last 4 days. When you take the subway everywhere it is so easy to get anywhere that you forget just how huge Tokyo is. After ...
... shops under the railway line at Ueno. Like a huge area market shops. All sorts of things cloths, shoes, food, electronics and souvineers. I found Cadbury and Lindt choc and Stuart bought toe nail clippers.We got off the main streets in Shibua and found an interesting area of small shops and houses. Old mixed with new.Joel also spent the day using the trains to get around. He bought some t shirts.Had fish and chips for tea at a Japanese style ...
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