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Travel Blogs from Fuchu
... after a short walk through the icy night air we arrived at our actual hotel.
To exhausted, and too damn far away from anything fancy for dinner, we again settled for a cheap and easy dinner from the convenience store downstairs in the hotel, which in this instance is a Lawsons, and put the girls to bed.
They're going to need their sleep. Tomorrow is a big one, with a trek across half of Tokyo planned.
... one is to keep their undergarments under this yukata or not. In my mind a hot spring is a place you go to, undress, get into some hot water and you're done. So to me it doesn't make sense to be wearing anything underneath. Luckily not too far from me is a white guy also changing so after asking him if he speaks english, I get his confirmation that one DOES keep their undergarments under the yukata. He was even kind enough to give me a map of the complex ...
... to go, how to do things, what not to do, public service announcements.
There are lots of tiny adorable things in this country: tiny people, tiny
desserts, tiny spoons, tiny bottles of soy sauce, tiny trash cans, tiny cartoon
mascots... My only complaint was the tiny hotel room with barely room to move.
(Clearly there was no Hilton in Kyoto). And the bowing… oh how I will miss the
bowing. Sigh. And I will miss the ...
We left Etsuko's house at around 10.30 this morning and headed to the Toyoko Inn we would be staying in for the rest of our time in Tokyo. Unfortunately, when we got there we found out we'd arrived at the wrong one again! Oh dear! The one we had made reservations for was in a much better location in Otsuka which is close to Shinjuku (the world's busiest train station apparently). We collected our things and got back on the train to find the Toyoko Inn in Otsuka. This ...
... same, just with different crowds. This one would have to be the best.
In the US I just spent my time gauking at the amount of food people were eating. I can’t imagine that Paris Disneyland would be anywhere near as fun. The French are way too serious but all of the Euros visiting might make it interesting.
Note to anyone contemplating a visit. Get there when it opens. Run around and get fast passes to every ride and then go ...