Dai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort Shinagawa
The hotel was nice! The only problem I had was there was no room service available. I was told that it was closed.
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... didn't realize how far it actually was so our estimated 15 minute walk turned into a 45 minute adventure which was actually perfect because it gave us the chance to explore Sumida Park which was beautiful! Normally during the Spring it is full of Cherry Blossoms which I'm sure are absolutely amazing. Once at the Tower we became extremely weak once seeing some pretty famous Golden Arches and decided that we needed a taste of home and got Mcdonalds breakfast sandwiches. I wont lie ...
I think I took the LIRR equivalent instead of the E subway, but at least I got a seat! In Tokyo rush hour! Now I'm just worried about my subway connection. Although I already took the NY 6 at 530 pm with all my stuff. So how bad can this be? Smallest room ...
... compulsory trip to the Doctors to get a diagnosis and an extortionate sick-note.
Anyhow, even if official, I am not sure far the excuse of "Hangover" would have taken me.
I rolled out of bed at 7.42. And I ran, for fifteen minutes I sprinted to catch my train, my handbag with the short strap forcibly over my shoulder and across my body, bouncing along. School children and old women were trampled. I ran straight across a red light, where a group ...
... Macau or Caeser's Place in Las Vegas. I guess HK is still pretty cheap for shopping nowadays, besides, Japanese style clothing is very barbie doll like - not very appropriate for serious office wear in HK ! After a quick Okonomyaki (Japanese style savoury filled pancake) lunch , we headed back into town on the train. With Christine scoring a nil, I tried my luck in the flagship Muji store near ...
... our bags and head to Bangkok!
Best things about Tokyo :
1. Konniechiwa, love saying this :) and Lucy's fav word was a name of a station 'Kayabacho'!!
2. LOVE LOVE LOVE the way the train conductors point down the tracks once the train has left the station.
3. 7 Eleven stores and their dumplings and chicken ...