Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
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Arrived in Haneda last night with no problems, and then I went up to the fifth floor for the observation deck. It had really nice views, although it was a little chilly outside. I planned on sleeping on the fifth floor since I read a blog that said it was the best/quietest spot to sleep at Haneda, found a bench, and laid down. It was pretty hard to fall asleep even though I was so tired. The sleep wasn't the best, and I woke up a lot during the night. One of ...
... included) decided to just stay in the airport
rather than risk missing the new flight so I spent the night on a bench
in the airport using my plane blanket and pillow and getting next to no
sleep. At least the 7am flight went off without a hitch and 7 hours
later I landed in Bangkok. My first order of business: street pad thai,
then 15 hours of sleep. Bangkok could wait until the next day and
Bangkok is a post all on it's own.
... down the road to buy a few more food items. The management stocked up a few food and drink items to give us a bit of a head start. Nadia enjoyed checking out some Japanese cartoons and was pleasantly surprised when finding the Cartoon Network and Disney Junior channels sometimes played shows in English. Though after a couple days she started asking for Caillou on YouTube, which is now what she goes for rather than watching anything on tv. ...
... pay extra for. We saw a few harajuku girls on guys on the train there but not many in Harajuku and we decided mainly because there was a big dance festival contest thing going on down the main street. Was quite a spectacle with groups of dancers wearing a variety of colours in traditional clothing. Shinjuku is also known as a shopping district with the likes of Dior, Chanel and Bvlgari dorning the ...
... hire bikes. Off we go cycling for miles to cover all the remaining sectors of Tokyo City. More parks & green spaces, waterways, commercial & residential areas. Lunch by the river with food purchased at corner store, dinner in local restaurant behind Yurakucho railway station. Bikes returned and a good walk home through the Ginza by night. Day 3 jolly cyclone has upset the weather, windy & wet. So we are currently at Hotel enjoying another good breakfast contemplating ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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