Hearton Hotel Higashishinagawa
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... an easy first day! Andy's fitness gizmo clocked him doing 14,805 steps, covering 7.7 miles (I think that might be a bit high - but even so...) and climbing 17 flights of steps.
The Japanese are so right about the soothing effects of hot water. The bath in my room is very short by European standards but can be filled very deep and the water can be run extremely hot. After a soak, I've begun to feel human again; now for a little rest before going out this evening to ...
... found a pole with a few outlets but the charge was slow and painful. After grabbing a quick bagel, she decided to wait was not worth the effort and we moved toward boarding the flight for Tokyo.
The flight across the Pacific was smooth but seemingly endless. Sitting for an 11 flight was not terribly joyous but we managed survive the length of the trip and typical airplane food.
Breezed through Customs in Tokyo and entered the terminal. We ...
... do with their hanboks. But actually, we would see women wearing kimonos quite often, and for no apparent reason except that they might be going out for a nice dinner. I saw women in kimonos on the bus, on the subway, in a convenience store or crossing the street. They were quite beautiful actually. So, once we found our hostel we dropped our bags we set out to explore the area and the festival. There were lots of people milling about and we got some pictures with ...
... impressive. Ive seen better in other parts of the world, but they havnt had the **** bombed out of them and been rebuilt as part of the second biggest economy in the world. When we got to Yoyogi park the wind was blowwing soo hard and wipping up mini dust storms. We decided to give it a miss and head to Shibuya.
The girls had a shopping frenzy this afternoon. We had to spend the yen before we go home so we went to Shibuya. Laura ...
... been expanded into the sea in a big way with reclaimed land and man-made islands.
With the help of a Japanese lady we caught a taxi from the monorail station about 2km to our hotel, the Park Hotel in an area called Minato. The hotel reception is on the 25th story of The Shiodome Media Tower with rooms on the next 15 stories. Our room is Tokyo Tiny, the whole thing would fit into the bathroom of our Shanghai Hotel, but the views are superb & we ...