Fuchu Urban Hotel
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... come to see the attraction but there was security everywhere and just hoards and hoards of people crossing the street making their way to the Palace grounds. As we walked closer, we saw this ginormous and utterly unappealing line of only locals. It looked like a kajilion hour wait to get into the Palace. I approached a security officer who was directing traffic to ask what was happening. With a crowd like this, there had to be ...
... was to the Golden Pavilion in Kyoto. To get there we had to take the silver bullet train, and on the way I remember seeing fields upon fields of tea. We even caught a glimpse of Mt. Fuji. The Golden Pavilion was beautiful, it was surrounded by gardens you could walk through and was packed with people roaming through them. I wish I had been old enough to appreciate it more. One thing I remember about ordering food in the city was the display models they had for tourists. Life size ...
Dan is heading back to Canada today. Unfortunately, today is the only day that offered a direct flight from Tokyo to Calgary for the week =(. Since Dan planned to pack in the morning, I went out to explore before coming back to say bye.
I went to visit the Tokyo Municipality building. It is a large office building that offers a free lift up to a floor where visitors can see a panoramic view of Tokyo. I tried to go early in the ...
... another day on high speed rail. We checked into our hotel as we were bushed. A quick stop at the 7-Eleven on the corner and we were off counting sheep. We had a restful sleep and were looking forward to our included breakfast. Rox and Kip went downstairs first but I'll tell you a little secret about the Japanese and their bathrooms. Those of you that are a little squeamish can skip this part... OK, those of you still reading, Japanese toilets have very fancy seats. They ...
... Harajuka to see the trendy young things. Snow flurries tonight.
Friday: From Shinjuka, we caught the train to Hakone in the south west. An amazing day of trains, buses, a pirate ship, ropeways, cable cars and eggs boiled in the sulphur-rich waters of the hot springs.
Saturday: Our last full day in Tokyo was beautiful and sunny. John & Alex headed back to Electric City, and Tim and I had a long walk before meeting up with them in Ueno for final ...
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