Center Hotel Narita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to see Adam before, haha. We decided to get some food and chill out for the day, went to Sukyia, which is an amazing gydon restaurant, basically variations of meat and rice. What more could you ask for. Although it comes with a side of miso soup, which tastes awful, just no. It's like a soup which I took a sip of and that was it. Then back to Adam's flat for a hot shower and sake! By this point I was exhausted and time for bed for me.
... high as famous Skytree. Not very clear day but mostly city until horizon in every direction. Back to Akihabara for darts bar and honey toast dessert (amazing).
20th May –
Back to Asakusa to see the temple without massive crowds. Some shopping (Baskin Robbins for breakfast!) then Ueno park to stroll about. Lovely and chilled. We tried a capsule hotel in evening – like sleeping in a dorm but a bit more private. Very warm and clock light ...
... which is why this time we booked a hotel close to the airport knowing full well we wouldn't venture out the first night. The bed was comfy and we were tucked up asleep before 10pm ready to start the holiday properly in the morning in Yokohama. First experience of the high tech toilets with heated seats, flush noises to hide any embarrassment and of course the multi-power multi-temperature fully adjustable b-day. Surely ten buttons on a toilet is a little ...
... trip so far.
We hit the duty free for a few items and watched the hords of Chinese tourist invade the duty free buying everything that was not nailed down from rice cookers to boxes and boxes of chocolate. I really dont know how they were all going to get all that stuff on their plane.
We flew 13 hours over the north pole to New York's JFK airport.
... shrine to honour the dead from WWII. Couldn't find it, could we? We have a habit of getting lost at least once or twice whilst we are in Tokyo. (See previous Taiwan blog). We had walked to another suburb called Suidobashi. We could see the Tokyo Dome with its rides and ferris wheel. It had been quite a long walk in the heat along the Sumida River. The embankment was being renovated, if that is the correct word for it, and we waved to a boat putting along it. ...