Hotel Wing International Yokohama Kannai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Family rooms
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... at Toyoko Inn. I've been on the Eco Plan (no room cleaning) for two nights, which gets me a 300 yen discount for those nights, and also frees me of the obligation to vacate the room between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., when the staff does room cleaning. The room is so small that there wouldn't be room for a guest while they are cleaning. But they just cannot let you go more than two nights without a room cleaning, and this is the morning after ...
It's currently 10:55 PM over here and I already slept since.... I think 5 or 6 PM. I can feel I'm still tired, so I'm just going to sleep more in a bit. Tomorrow is the first school day at 9:30 AM and I think it's only a tour around the school and Shibuya? I'm not sure. I'll see tomorrow. Also, wifi here is so annoying. There was wifi downstairs, but I'm not going to sit ...
... the trains and subways…it was amazing! After learning all that our group of 10 broke off and we separated into our original group which was Emily, Colby, Julianne, Conal, Jeremy and I. We all headed to lunch and then tried to book a hotel…since we had absolutely nothing booked or planned yet! THANK GOD for Julianne having an international phone, or I don’t know what ...
... to have bad fortune on the other hand Issi is going to have the best fortune [yes it actually said "the best"]. Later in the day we took the metro (wish Canberra had one of these) to Yoyogi Park and the Meiji-jingu Shrine. The gardens were so well kept and had a very calm and tranquil feel. We finished off the day with a shopping trip in Harajuku and much to my disappointment only saw 2 Harajuku girls....and no Gwen Stefani :( We had our first Karaoke ...
We visited a lot of different places around Tokyo today. We started off by going to Harajuku and walked through the park to see the Meiji Temple. Before entering the main building, it's customary to wash your hands and drink from a well of sacred water. This is meant to give you luck. We headed over to the water and gave ourselves some luck before entering the main grounds. We walked through the first building out into a courtyard. Directly opposite us was the main shrine. ...