Hotel Mystays Higashi-Ikebukuro
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... I think it's fair to say, this is the most exhausted I've ever been in my life. We've also gone through 3 different time zones, so the jet lag is going to be a laugh!
Finally getting outside into the (relatively) fresh air of Tokyo felt like a bit of dream; it was misty and raining slightly, and the train from the airport took us right through the centre of the ...
... jacuzzi and plunge pool) its actually very nice. Definitely better than some of the hostels we have stayed in. Each capsule even had its own TV!
Tokyo is the real city that never sleeps. There are thousands of people everywhere at anytime day or night. This is probably because everywhere is so spread out, to have a night out you have to venture far from your accommodation. The only problem is the metro stops running at midnight. This ...
... Now I know where to go when I need food that taste like home. They did have a hamburger with egg on it....stayed away from that one...yuck!
Tomorrow morning I have to move up a few flights to another apartment so dreading packing everything up and unpacking again. But as soon as I do that I have my sightseeing route planned out and cant wait to get started. Hopefully tomorrow is as nice and warm of a day as it was today.
... that our ancestors did the labour than that they roped in the local geriatrics and set them going with the promise of a cup of tea and perhaps a biscuit if they carried an extra rock, but who knows? Last night the room was busy late, tonight everyone seemed to have checked out in favour of people who were out till after I'd fallen asleep and gone before I woke up. Cheers, whoever you were. Reading: Philip K Dick, A Scanner, ...
... the trees right across the street from the shrine entrance. At the Meiji shrine, we were lucky to see two weddings. Very pretty! After that we walked to Harajuku and started down Takeshita-dori. Our first stop was Daiso...four floors of items costing only ¥105! We both filled up our shopping baskets. It was fun at the time, picking out stationary products and kitchen items, but by the end of the day those bags were quite heavy. We had lunch at ...