Hotel Mets Akabane
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... running through my veins, bouncing between fear and excitement, mostly wondering what the F**K i am doing going from a town of 20K to a city of 35+ million, looking around for anyone to give a big High Five too.....with no success I end up looking like a idiot and giving myself one
I finally find my way to the terminal that I supposed to be on, run over my directions to the hostel about 15 times, "I GOT THIS!" My directions say in big bold letters DO NOT ...
... monorail with our large cruising baggage and from the station in Hamamutsucho we had to wheel these bags to our hotel which was about a 20 minute walk. The Tokyo Grand was not in any way grand but was very reasonably priced and perfectly adequate.
You have to buy the JR railpass from outside Japan, it cost about £160 for a week but the return fare Tokyo to Kyoto is more than that, so if you want to go to Kyoto it's a no-brainer. Combined with an app called Hyperdia it's ...
... for me.
After our sushi breakfast we navigated Tokyo's metro subway back to our hotel where we had a brief rest before packing and checking out.
The Japan Meteorological Agency was accurate in its prediction of today's weather as it had started to drizzle while we had been in our hotel. It was definitely down jacket weather today.
Our next destination was the Imperial East Gardens. After a stroll through the Gardens we walked ...
... baths) and enjoy the view of Mt Fuji. We knew it was Sunday and that it is a popular spot for the Japanese but we didn’t expect it would be SO busy. On the train to Hakone we already realized it was going to be busy, but when we got to Hakone it was packed with people. We wanted to take a train to the lake for a view and a hike but it was packed with people and people were still queuing. As it was so busy we decided not to go to the hot springs ...
... mine than Rikki did with his! At about 6pm, we sat down to the dinner that Etsuko had kindly made for us. We had Katsu curry with rice and some salad. The curry was really good, it's fast becoming my favourite Japanese dish! For dessert, we had a slice of Japanese sponge cake, I forget the name of it, with a cup of Japanese tea. We were so full after the meal! We chatted with Etsuko until around 8pm and then set up our beds for the ...