Hotel Mystays Gotanda_Former Flexstay Gotanda Inn_
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... were going to, but it was called Golden Gai. Martin's friend had told him about it. It was a super cool place. Many bars slight larger than a parking spot off of tiny streets. We settled on one called Octane. A Canadian, a German, and an Austrailian walk into a bar. What did they have to eat? We were there for a bit talking with the bartender named Yumi. A man brought in a cake for her. It was her 30th birthday! ...
... Chicken Skin and Bamboo Shoot appetizers. You can see in the attached picture that I am enjoying all of these items as did Erika. I think the Premium Malts is simply a malt liquor beverage with a very high alcohol content. It turned out, like the Chicken Skin, Bamboo Shoots and our Udon Noodle specials to be very good! Erika was pleased and I was once again shocked by how good everything is even 50 meters from the beach.
When we got to the beach I realized I wouldn't ...
... the photo is all we brought. I large suitcase, 2 small carry ons and 3 backpacks. We took a hotel bus from the airport to our hotel, this added an extra hour to our journey. Our hotel appears to be in a great neighbourhood, lots of action. We are very pleased with the hotel; the kids are especially thrilled with the toilet as it has a heated seat and bidet .
... minutes of being underground, I was at
long last waiting on the right platform for the right subway.
The subway ride itself was uneventful except for a sign I saw denoting the
area underneath the sign for the invalid or elderly. I mistook the crutch one
of the simplified people was holding for a syringe, leading to an extremely interesting
mental image: Rush hour, Tokyo, everyone being physically stuffed into the train,
while a guy with a ...
... so had some noodles to fill us up. Yeshi was keen for us to try a traditional dessert, ankomaki, which is also cooked on the hot plate and is a red bean mixture rolled in batter, which was also tasty but definitely no chocolate.
Before we knew it, it was time for us to leave in order to make the last tube. Yeshi wasn't taking no for an answer as he paid for our entire meal, which was so sweet of him. He walked us to our metro stop and stood on the platform to wave us ...