Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
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We awoke feeling refreshed and very warm. Time for breakfast and a swim.there was quite a good selection and we all found something to fill our hungry tummies. Rob and I chose to swim in the hotel pool whilst the girls chose to veg out in their room. After a quick swim and shower we were back at the hotel front, bags packed ship shape for our next move to klia2 terminal in Kuala Lumpa and our flight to Tokyo. Checked in our luggage and ...
... for my friend Monica! Her dad has some connections with the Marriot so we were able to login to the portal where we found an available hotel near downtown Tokyo outside of Shinjinku. I have to admit, this place was SO WORTH IT! Our hotel was soooo luxurious, I have never stayed in a place so nice! I was beyond excited that this totally changed the whole mood of the night. We quickly changed and decided to research some local clubs. While everything stays open until 4-5 AM, ...
... and cost only about $5, far cheaper than the typical cup of Japanese drip coffee that was costing us nearly twice that amount!
After a short stroll down through the neat little shops and restaurants of Yanaka Ginza, and an early dinner in Akasaka, our time in Japan was pretty much done. With an early flight tomorrow, we decided to head out to Narita and have a decent night's sleep near the ...
... soup, then bussed down again to Fujiyoshida.
Going up, we had leap-frogged along the trail with a female guide and her two clients. Just as we were returning to the 5th Station, we saw her again. She said she and her clients had gotten up to the summit for sunrise and returned to the 5th Station earlier that morning. She'd had a couple hours rest and was now heading up the mountain again with new clients! This she does about four times ...
... this in most of the other countries we're recently travelled through they would shake themselves into pieces no bigger than a cod fish egg. Attendants wander, no, wander is the wrong word, I never saw anyone wandering in Japan, this was more like considerate marching, anyway they come down the isles after bowing at the passengers just checking that everything appears clean and organised. Coffee carts are directed down the aisles and sinks for passengers to freshen ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHaneda Excel Hotel Tokyu Ota
Good service and very friendly. Good view of the airport runway without the noise. Very apologetic regarding my pocket wifi too. A bit too expensive probably won't be staying there if not because of mum and grandma ┐("˘ _˘ ")┌
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