Dormy Inn Suidobashi
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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By the time we arrived in Tokyo the sun was shining and the temperature had dropped 10 degrees!
Our hotel is tiny – the rooms are tinier and the wifi dodgy as. We have a bathroom that makes the old one in Amsterdam look palatial – its brilliant! It's located in Asakusabashi which is part of an older Edo neighbourhood with lots of small streets that run down to the Sumida river ...
... 12398;内) is a commercial district of Tokyo located in Chiyoda between Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace. The name, meaning "inside the circle", derives from its location within the palace's outer moat. It is also ...
... and the view is spectacular, over Tokyo harbour towards Rainbow Bridge with all the party boats glittering up the water below us.
Been out for tea, went to a cracking little place where you order what you want from a vending machine and then they bring it out to you from the kitchen. Really lovely food too, i had pork cooked in breadcrumbs served with shredded cabbage, pickled yellow veg (unknown origin), rice, miso soup and black tea. £4. ...
... place specialized in Oden, which are Japanese fish cakes stewed for long periods in sake, soy, and dashi. Even though I am usually not big on fish cakes, we decided to order a sampler.
Leave it to the Japanese to come up with a bizarre thing like fish cake wrapped around a Vienna Sausage, but that is what came out. I'm not going to seek it out again, but it wasn't bad. So here's to Tokyo--the place where I had my first Vienna Sausage.
... this was 90 minutes.
Despite what you see in the advertisements and brochures, which you're bombarded with if you're staying at a Disney partner hotel like we were, Disneyland is less about "happiness" and "delight", and much more about queuing and waiting. Want food? Queue. Want a ride? Queue. Want a decent spot to watch a parade? Queue. When the trading day is only 9 hours long, and over an hour of that is taken up ...