Funabashi Grand Hotel
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... which is right near the hotel. The food was amazing. It just melted in my mouth. I decided to go for a traditional meal and have a different variety of sushi. I think that a school group would enjoy this restaurant because it is a quite large restaurant with great prices and great food. Since dinner was so good, I decided that I would get dessert also. I tried out the deep fried ice-cream and once again it was ...
... folks who can't take care of themselves, homeless people, etc. They wizzed on through this part.
The finale was a stage of singing toilets. By this point, we were pretty pooped. But there is always time to make a pit stop in the gift shop. Here is where you buy your water bear and a chocolate poop pop. All in all, it was a great day with great friends and there weren't any disturbances downtown that the authorities could not contain!
... of the impressive Senso-ji Temple. Last stop of the day: sunset on the top of Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest tower in the world and the second tallest structure in the world after Burj Khalifa. The view from up here is... Well, not much different than being in an airplane, really... I am not such a fan of tall buildings, but Antonis is impressed. By now, it's after 9 pm and we know that if we go back at the hotel, we will have no energy to re-emerge for dinner. So we ...
... incredible views. This was my briefing for Tokyo -hotel with views to Fuji. And man did I get that. At the check in counter I could see the entire west city, all way to Fuji. Photo op to the max. No snow in CBD Tokyo. I paid extra to check in early so I could settle before my booked arvo tour of Tokyo highlights.
The tour was well worth it. Good snap shot of the key observatory, shrines, palace and a river cruise. Good overview of this insanely ...
When we left you last we were slurping away on our sake and Asahi ... We were completely na´ve of the wonders of our night to come. Venturing into the bright lights of Roppongi and knocking back free champagne at our first bar (ladies night … wooooo!!) it was not long before we were stopped by 2 very gentlemenly Japanese boys who introduced themselves as Ken and Tomo. Ken is a premier ...
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