Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Tokyo Odaiba Minato
this is the first time for me to visit tokyo, and i'm very lucky to stay at this hotel.
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Ohayo gozaimasu, Up early this morning. The biological clock has a mind of its own. The routine is usually early to rise and John goes for his training run whilst I write the Blog for the day before. Works well for both of us and John kindly grabs me a fresh coffee from the mart just below us before he runs off. Yesterday was a slow start as Mount Takao took its toll on the both of us. We managed to get up and out after lunch. We didn't ...
... back to the trip. After the flight I wasn't feeling to good. There was a lot of turbulence to Japan, especially when we took off, and it made me feel sick some of the way. When I stepped into the lobby in the airport the first thing I thought was 'This is not as nice as Singapore's airport was.' It was mostly grey, which didn't make it welcoming, and the room was dark due to the downpour of rain outside. Nanny thinks the airport was pretty ****** ...
... playing over the speakers. Different birds at each station, and one even had a cuckoo going. This is weird!!
Got to admit, I would never, ever eat blowfish, but tonight we had it all the ways you can.
Probably never have it again as a bit of flake is a hell of a better meal. Then again, how many people in Chirnside Park can say they have eaten blowfish.
We went through a few ceramic jugs of sake, and ...
... that is used now, resembles CN Tower and is the second highest TV tower in the world. Oddly enough, his new tower is shiny grey. Chinzanso Hotel Garden was next, to walk the gardens and enjoy a BBQ lunch. Our food was cooked in the middle of the table on a large flat heated slab of lava stone from Mt. Fuji. There were BBQ assorted meats and vegetables, rice, ice cream and two kinds of green tea. Our next stop was the Imperial Gardens bridge and wall. One cannot go into ...
... having a walk around the shops on some of the less popular side streets. We went through a few stores and ended up back at the knife shop. I showed mark a similar knife to the one I bought and we then walked back to the hotel for some sleep before our trip to the airport tomorrow. We made some plans and a meeting time tomorrow morning and I went back to my room hoping that mark wouldn’t sleep through the day again tomorrow and I would have to leave him ...