Funabashi Grand Hotel
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... to line up to enter which was great. The park was magnificent, spotlessly clean, and all of the staff were polite, friendly, and went out of their way to make sure you had a good experience. The sun was out and it was 29 degrees, so we had to break out the sunscreen today. Our first job was to get a Fast Pass for the most popular rides that we wanted to go on so we could avoid the long queues (there are a limited number of Fast Passes available each day, and ...
And just like that, six months have passed already! Thirty three percent of my time in Japan is behind me. This also means that I have to check the events calendar much more carefully from now on, because there are no more second chances. Starting from this moment, every season will pass just once and after that I'll be on the plane back to The Netherlands.
Reading back my stories so far, I truly think that I ...
... market, where there are more interesting sea creatures for sale. We saw eels, crabs, sea urchins and giant tuna, some of which were still alive and moving.
After the fish market we went to a sushi making workshop, where we learned to make nigiri. We all earned certificates that show we took a workshop so we are now official sushi chefs. After eating our sushi, some of us split up and went to the Pokemon center. It was actually quite a small shop but it was ...
... really isn't worth waiting that long, I am more than happy to accept that this is the case, but without an intricate knowledge of the Tokyo restaurant scene, this seemed like the place to go. We planned to leave at 4am to arrive at sushi Dai at 4.50am, 10 minutes before it opened. I was awake from 3am with excitement - I knew that this would be an experience that would live with me forever. We took a walk through a deserted pre-dawn Tokyo and arrived at Tsukiji ...
... m rested and ready for some exploring.
The Sunroute Plaza Shinjiku was perfect for my stay. It had all the luxury's expected in a city central hotel but at a cheap price. It was only $136 a night and featured things such as flat screen tv's and bathtubs. I was very happy with how comfortable the bed was and i would happily recommend it to others!
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