Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo
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... time wasting before our flight. Is this really normal for Greece?
Easy flight from Athens to Doha flying with Qatar Airways.
Long 6 hour wait in Doha for our early morning (1.50am, 21 August 2015) connecting flight to Tokyo. The boys managed a small sleep in the lounge which was a bonus. Although the Doha lounge is large and spacious, 6 hours waiting at that time of night is still 6 hours of waiting.
Finally our flight ...
I arrived in Tokyo this morning. I really didn't sleep much overnight because I was on a plane (uncomfortable at the best of times) and the footrest in front of me was broken so it wouldn't go up. That meant that I couldn't stretch out my legs properly, which then kept waking me up when I tried to stretch them out anyway in my sleep and hit the cold metal with my shins. I also tried to stick one of my legs into the foot space next to me where the foot ...
... and we saw some very interesting characters. We also saw a number of stands that were selling crepes filled with what looked like some variety of ice cream with topics of your choice. They were wrapped up like an ice cream cone. After seeing that the majority of youngsters were eating them it became clear that the amount of energy on that street was largely fueled by the massive amounts of sugar being consumed!
We made it through the ...
... running around to locate it, the area around the station is a giant chaos of stores and rushing people. Finally, we found the elevated walkway that provides a nice view of the crossing and took some photos from up there. Then we walked to a giant shopping complex called Shibuya Hikarie that has a large selection of restaurants on several of its floors and we had some great grilled eel (unagi) there.
... I made steady progress up the Ara river staying mostly on the cycle path or secondary roads. There were a lot of road cyclists out zipping along the cycle path although I saw fewer as I moved further out of Tokyo. Of the 165 km to Takasaki, I would guess that about 120 km was on a cycling path.
I arrived in Kumagaya at around noon and had lunch at a chain restaurant that specializes in ramen and fried rice dishes, 700 ...