Dormy Inn Suidobashi
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... put in it in their own bag for "safe keeping". It is Japan though, so probably not. I was relieved to get it back. When got back to the hostel it was about 12:30 am and everyone was a sleep. I was making too much of a ruckus for a one guy. He pulled open his curtain to give a me death stare. U mad bro? I already packed for the most part, so tomorrow should be a quick exit. Tomorrow's going to be a long travel ...
... made it back to our hotel it was already almost 9:15PM. We were both exhausted, happy and hungry after an awesome first day in Tokyo. Luckily, Tokyo has a late night dining culture that rivals almost any city. Within a few minutes walk from our hotel we found an awesome Ramen house that set us straight in a big way. Once again, literally minutes after our last bite at the Ramen house, we arrived back at our hotel and collapsed early (at least for us) for a full night of sleep.
... br> After lunch, she then took me home.Obviously there was no plan for today,she was too tired to show me around ( because she stayed up late last night) But it didn't matter, because it took us three hours to go back home,it was a long way home! But then i got to look around Tokyo by their subway system.
Everything here seems so neat and organized, ...
... with lots of gardens around it, where the emperor & empress used to enjoy visiting, it was very hard to believe we were in the middle of a city. At the entrance to the shrine we paid our respects by cleansing our hands and mouth before entering. We brought a little wooden tablet to write prayers & wishes on, then hung it around a sacred tree to be blessed each day. We caught the train back to Asakusa & although we feel like we are getting the hang ...
... station, so I ended up asking the nice man behind the manned ticket gate, who told me to turn left out of the south exit. We walked for a bit and we did eventually see our hotel, which thankfully is an unusual shape and therefore quite visible from the road! We got in, and we managed to check in about ten minutes before normal check-in time. We crashed for a bit, because oh my god, we'd been up for well over 24 hours by then. We wandered the streets of Shinjuku for a ...