Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
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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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... their own thing and they're not really up for random conversation.
But when people are open to meeting strangers, or want to get to know you, it's as though it stands out so much more - it's more obvious - due to the contrast it makes. They also tend to kind of ease into it, rather than being in your face right off the bat.
I'm back in Tokyo now, with a week to go before I have to leave. I wonder what else this magical city has in store for me?
... children from a school close by. Suddenly one girl was looking at us and said: Japan? (In English) And so I answered her in Japanese: Japanese? Yes. And then she came and (following conversation was in Japanese) asked me if I wanted to fill in an enquiry and I agreed to do so. Then she called the others and got surrounded by kids from 10years old(?) And they helped me to answer the questions. It took some time but it was really fun to do ...
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 ...
... off under the bright lights at the Tokyo Dome, aka The Big Egg. The Giants are apparently considered the New York Yankees of Japan due to their past dominance on the diamond, widespread popularity and financial "ability" to attract and sign the biggest FA's. They have a fierce, Boston Red Sox-like rivalry from the team back in Kansai, the Hanshin (Osaka) Tigers. I've read the fans of the Tigers are a crazy yet entertaining bunch and wanted to get tickets for ...
I've gone on for too long, so to sum up Tokyo would be awesome if it was a little bit smaller, but as it stands I can only call it very good. Oh and the people are the nicest I've met on my travels so far. Two guys even paid our $100 bar tab one night, despite neither of us speaking each other's language. You'd never imagine that happening in London where the most you can hope for is not to be sworn at. See you later Japan I'll be back soon. ...