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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... weekends. Men wearing aviator sunglasses sipped espressos under the shade of their umbrellas and lounged around in the middle of the massive avenue. Kate and I walked in the street. She was used to this sight. The lack of cars for miles ahead reminded me of the scene in I Am Legendwhere Will Smith zooms through a desolate Times Square in his red sports car. Tokyo knows that it is over the top, so it does what it can to create some form of stillness-even if only ...
... of beef vegetable soup. Not exactly. Everything was fine until our hosts ordered for all of us (in Chinese) and I looked at the menu of various ingredients we could include in the hot pot, knowing I didn't want to insult our kind hosts as they treated us to this obviously expensive meal. Rather than explain the choices to you, just check out the pictures I took from the menu. Needless to say, I am really looking forward to some good ole Savannah barbecue! See you ...
... start serving that in Sweden too! When we got back the other group were gone and we boarded their plane. And then we boarded ours.
We had much more energy this time around, we started out watching movies and then ended up standing in the aisle and just talking. The staff probably liked us because they just randomly offered us (and just us) ice-cream :)
I guess I'll throw in some pictures of ...
... would probably disapprove of in England as they looked a bit like ladies of the night!
Most of the older ladies followed suit by all wearing boots of some description, but with short skirts or shorts, they were obviously used to the cold temperatures.
Eventually we arrived at the second gate of the Sensoji Temple which was in a two tier pagoda style.
Before entering we headed left to a small shrine where we ...
On our last day in Tokyo we decided to explore the western part of the city, so we boarded a subway train to Omotesando Station. We strolled along tree-lined Omotesando Blvd and stopped in a few stores along the way before moving along to Takeshita Dori, a narrow street lined with clothing stores selling cutting edge fashions in Harajuku. The street was crowded with teenagers and the day was already starting to get hot and muggy, ...