Funabashi City Hotel
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... wind started to blow already in the morning... and by time for hanami it was accually impossible to go outside. People had trouble standing up and the stores started pulling in their signs and closing their doors. Hence, we decided to skip the hanami and had ice cream from that store in Sunshine City were they sing as they make your ice cream (super cute^^) instead. Mom turned out to be a ...
... and it does seem that many of them use the metro!
Tokyo is a really modern city, with skyscrapers at every turn. Most of the architecture is quite eye pleasing, and some really innovative designs, particularly the building with a tunnel built under it to allow traffic to progress through the city. Many buildings include special attachments linking buildings, which apparently allows movement in the buildings during earthquakes. Hope ...
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We rented a car and I drove us (on the opposite side of the road!) to Hakone to enjoy an incredible hot springs (onsen) adventure near the foot of Mount Fuji. Our room had the traditional futon mattress beds, and best of all, a private hot springs tub overlooking Mount Fuji. It was the ultimate ...
... it is wise to choose one of each. At the end of my stay I felt that wanted to stay in Tokyo a little longer – ironically not to see Tokyo itself, but to take some day trips to more remote locations in the area. The wide network of Shinkansen (Bullet trains) paired with a JR pass (unlimited travel on JR lines) visits to remote locations that would otherwise require ...
... which tasted like gym socks, but we lucked into some "Mexican" food at the Indiana Jones ride. So calling it Mexican was stretching it a bit, but what I had was called a taco. (It was made with shrimp and mayo). It made Matt happy at least.
We had a lovely time, with wonderful people on a clear beautiful day on the Japanese coast (It's right on the ocean-the 2011 tsunami actually damaged the park.). Another great day in ...
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