Comfort Hotel Tokyo Higashi Nihonbashi
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- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... hills rising above a river valley with no signs of civilization. Then, out of nowhere, I rounded a bend and saw this huge temple facility on the hillside. It was like a scene out of Shangri-la. I must have been 15 km into my ride having seen only a few huts before I came across this sight. I rode on and decided to check it out. I knocked on the door of an entrance building and met Mushiki, a very nice woman who was a monk in training at this Buddhist temple. Her English was ...
Well, I don't know how much musing we did but it did seem like a great title! After a very nice mid morning breakfast, we headed by subway to the Ueno Station where many of Tokyo's Museums as housed. As we knew we didn't have time to see everything we decided to tour the National Museum of Nature and Science, as well as the Tokyo National Museum. Both were very interesting. We saw animals, insects, and flora indigenous to Japan. ...
Although we did not have get up early we still got up once our room was bright (no curtains). A relaxing breakfast and to the meeting point at 0900. After a brief goodbye ceremony we were on the bus to Kyoto. To the train station approximately 1 hour for lunch and then onto the bullet train. We were warned the train stopped for exactly ...
... Vietnamese and a Japanese who lives in New York, we wonder at this mix of nationalities, exchange holiday experiences and information as well as gleaning a better insight into the psyche of the Japanese.
Waking up only to a very slight drizzle (hurray) we head off to Shinjuku Station to buy our train tickets to the airport tomorrow and have breakfast; no mean feat with thousands of ...
Today is our most travel intensive day since we arrived in Asia. It's raining lightly as we leave the hotel and walk to the Metro station. We take the train a few stops up and transfer to AirLink. It takes about 30 minutes to reach Suvarnabuhmi Airport. The flight to Tokyo is about 5 hours. Immigration in Japan is effortless. This is in stark relief to time it takes to get out luggage. Apparently, backpacks get saved for last at ...