Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
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... in 10 different directions. It’s quite an amazing urban scene. I crossed in a few directions, then grabbed a chocolate scone at the Starbucks facing the crossing and took a seat on the second floor to watch the “scramble” take place every couple minutes. Check out my video on this page to see it for yourself.
This concluded my day of Tokyo sightseeing. I boarded the Ginza Line at 6:48 for the 29-minute ride to Inaricho Station. Walked nine minutes ...
... to buy our own lunch. After lunch we had the test to place us in appropriate classes. I was a little bummed that I forgot my Japanese book in Sweden, but I managed most of the questions and on others I knew what it couldn't be so I choose one of the other answers instead. I know I aced the hiragana test and we didn't have a katakana one. At about 13:30 all the STS students gathered and our leaders (Jesper, Linda and Silje) told us we were walking to Harajuku! Super ...
Last days have been days of awesome trainings.
On tuesday we went to a gym for no less than 6 hours! It was so crazy, I trained my ass off! Did a 15,5 feet stride, finally landed my cork on flat, nailed back full, front full, front double full, side full and lots more! After training I felt so weak because I had forgotten to eat all day, so we went to a traditional ...
Where do I begin? I guess for one thing, I might like to make clear that international travel- at least the way I travel internationally -is not glamorous. It's fun. It's exciting. It's always a beautiful learning experience. But glamorous? No. From the very beginning its hallmark is relatively constant physical discomfort. 10 hours locked in the economy class section of a Boeing 747 kick starts that. Yes, you (typically) get your own TV screen with movies, ...
... Rainbow Bridge
The winter days in Japan are bright, with crisp blue skies. We walked to the bridge, stopping off at the Tokyo Tower, they've nearly completed a taller model, not sure why, this one looked pretty good.
The 7km walk flew by (I don't think we stopped reminiscing all week), the bridge was 52m high - thankfully there was a lift - 1800m long, the prize was dinner at Bill's. It looked full and roped off, I was happy to eat elsewhere, until ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility