Comfort Hotel Tokyo Kanda
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... all these attractions are close to the Sunroute Plaza it is only a quick trip!
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Visited the Tokyo Skytree east tower the other day and after the long wait we finally got inside. We went straight to the top floor and it was magnificent! i would highly recommend the tower to people who don't mind having to wait for quite some while, it was really worth it!
I think I didn't feel like taking pictures much this day. There arent that many. Take it easy day without any actual plans. Just walking around and see what you'll find. In the evening I had to pack and prepare to move to Kyoto. Tokyo was nice, but you can get enough of it pretty fast. It's such a busy city with a lot of black suits an neon lights... The time I had there was good ...
I took a short stroll around the area where the hotel is located downtown Tokyo. There is a river with a large rock wall, as well as a park with the same rock wall, a little bridge, and some open area. There were swans swimming in the pool surrounding the ...
as i was waiting for the backpack till 1am and i slept during the day, i thought that i will stay awake till 4am to go to the fish market which starts at 5am. there was quite a bit of a queue when i got there at 4.30 and we waiting till 5.45 to get in. it was the tuna auction. having seen a few other auctions, it wasn't too impressive, but still quite exciting. the market was absolutely amazing though. So many different types of fish and sea creatures. that was just so ...
... it isn't always expensive. Of course in comparison to somewhere like Vietnam or Cambodia then yes it is, but it all depends on how you approach it. I got by under budget in Tokyo and that included buying a few souvenirs, doing two loads of laundry and keeping a 1000 Yen note back to go with all the others I've collected from around the world (1000 Yen is the smallest note they have and it's about £6.45 at current exchange rates). It's cheaper than Australia and Canada and yet ...