Flexstay Inn Shinsaibashi
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I then dragged Steven to a rabbit cafe - better known as - THE BEST DAY EVER! The cafe is a tiny little place with only 3 tables. We sat down, were served tea and juice and had Easter Bunnies running all over us for an hour. The Japanese are so reserved and quiet & we were basically just wetting ourselves laughing and rolling around with the bunnies, on the floor. Pick the tourists! We then discovered, across the hallway, was a...Cat Cafe! When in Tokyo...
... make sure i hadn't forgotten anything. There was a bus going from near the temple to the ropeway but i decided to walk to help me wake up a little bit. ;-)
I met Taka from Japan at the ropeway and he told me he had been to the Netherlands once, to Dronten! I asked him that maybe Amsterdam some other big town wouldn't have been more interesting but then he told me it was for a world jamboree thing and camping. I said goodbye to Taka as i stepped of the train at ...
... cents, 20 Malaysian cents, 2 Japanese Yen
# of times we did laundry: 7
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 5
Next stop: Busan, South ...
... received in all of our hotels in Japan. For a family room to sleep a family of 5 for 14,000 Yen per night (~ $150) with all of the inclusions that this room came with, it was an absolute bargain.
Another little plus of staying at the Universal Port hotel was the check-out time. Hotels in Japan generally have a 10am check-out, which is pretty standard. Some hotels we've seen extend this to a generous 11am check-out time, but Universal Port was the first ...
... a pre-fabricated motel-like structure, every room has a freeform boomerang-shaped table, and all the bathrooms have green, yellow, and black ceramic tile. Toyoko Inns may have conquered the mass market with their uniformity and overall quality, but the informality and helpfulness of the staff at Family Inn Fifty's communicates a warm and genuine hospitality, and the music in the lobby is a welcome shot of nostalgia for the America of my youth. ...