Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After almost an eleven hour flight to Shanghai from Addis Ababa, we had a layover from the flight on which we slept very well on in air. However, we were so famished we probably could’ve eaten anything at that point. So, we headed to McDonalds and got ourselves some lunch since it was almost four in the afternoon. At 5:25 p.m. we got on our …
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 rest wasn't broken, ...
... We wander down streets and alleys that are full of young couples, groups, as well a fair share of touts. There is a full spectrum of shops, restaurants, bars and "parlours" for various purposes. There are dance clubs, punk bars, and the famous Robot Restaurant. After putting up with a few too many South African touts, we decide to call it a night and head back to our hotel.
... stick-figures. Here and there just for inspiration, a famous castle and everything looks so real, I can't imagine that they aren't real.
The rest of these rooms are fully decorated with drawing desks, tables, chairs, chests (which were opened a small bit and kids would look inside them constantly) and, just imagine it, and it is there. Sharpened pencils in a jar erasers a big ashtray full of cigarettes.
Here and there in between the stuff there ...
... with many new tastes. To be honest if I was offered it in our country I may have been more hesitant to try them but I was so glad I did. We tried a small kind of eel which was incredible-totally just melts in your mouth, and tuna, glazed prawns, salmon and also some Japanese fish we hadn’t heard of which were super tasty. They also have pickled ginger to refresh your breath. It was all really good, fishalicious you might say. Tim had quite a hard time with what ...