Central Hotel Kawagoe
Travel Blogs from Kawagoe
... parks and Tokyo's most romantic beach boasting a replica of the Statue of Liberty. You wouldn't swim in the bay, though. After all that stimulation I needed to sit with a cup of coffee. At the cafe there was a ten foot diameter "water park" with seven fountains choreographically spraying up from the sidewalk. A cheery three year old ran right into the middle of it, fully dressed shoes and ...
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... I only managed to
mumble a very strange sounding "yes, please!" (dduuuugghhh,
why am I acting like this?)
I also first thought it might cost me
something, but it didn't. He was going to be the driver and me,
another happy future customer. And I need to be a customer soon,
because I won't get in that car when I'm old. It's not that easy. He
backed out of the parking lot and that already felt strange, because
there was no noise at all. Then at ...
... weren't shipped all of the way up from Edo, but I was still surprised at how simple the rooms I saw were compared to the shogun's Nijojo Castle in Kyoto. The only room with a significant coverage of painted screens was the room where Shogun Iemitsu was born, and the screens were closer in appearance to the serene gold and black screens found at the Imperial Palace in Kyoto than they were to the bold and colorful screens from Nijojo.
In addition to the rooms, there was a nice ...
... a few mainstream bars but by the time I met him I was already sick of the badgering by people in the street and thought stuff it i'm going back to Shibuya.
Shibuya was good - but unfortunately a little quiet (it was a 1:00am on a Friday morning by now), I stopped in at a few bars though and had a few drinks and then at 3:00 thought ah well - we'll head off home, oh no the trains have stopped though - initially I thought maybe i'll just walk, certainly glad ...