Hachioji Plaza Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hachioji
... the problem isn't fixed and if they can't get it fixed
before 11pm, we will be grounded for the night since Tokyo Airport
apparently has a 11pm curfew. We landed and sat in the plane for an hour
before we realized that they aren't going to fix it in time and we're
stuck for the night. Eventually they let us off with our new flight
departing at 7am the next morning. This was around midnight. The young
... Nadia's small toddler utensils in one of the utensil compartments, but when I opened the drawer later on, found that she had reorganized them. I asked her what she did with the forks and spoons and she explained, as if I were the daftest person in the world, that I did not put the forks with the forks and the spoons with the spoons, so she fixed it!
Other than unpacking, we mostly lazed around and took another walk to a small ...
... the taxi drivers wear ties, & the people are charming, offering help regularly and very respectful.
We had a drink in a British Pub, but the smoke got to Al who has a bit of sinus from sleeping with aircon on, so we left and found a Japanese place for dinner. We had Japanese marinated tomatoes & edamame beans to start and fried chicken, a seasonal recommended dish, and thick bacon with small herb potato wedges. It was so good we had a second serving of the ...
... city, it's maaassssive. We also ended this day in the same noodle bar eating the same meal that we had at 3am the night before. Then we got ourselves to the airport..which brings me back onto Snack Santa, he brought his whole family out to stand and wave goodbye when we left, and said he was going to be genuinely sad. So, if anyone finds themselves in Tokyo anytime soon, go and stay at bAKpAK hostel and give him a snug from me.
... unless you had a map with directions to your destination or took an exuberantly priced taxi (taxis used GPS on the establishments phone number). To top this off very little English is spoken and because of the hectic pace of everything it seemed they didn’t really have time for tourists.
We did however manage to find a gem of a restaurant where Tarantino gained his inspiration for a classic Kill Bill scene. The setting and food ...