Hotel Mystays Nippori
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... I've heard many good things about the museum and it's displays, though the text is all Japanese so isn't educational for foreigners with no reading ability. But I love displays, and the outside looked beautiful, which really made me wish that JTB Travel didn't send me the wrong ticket date, even after confirming with me the date of entry. My mistake for trusting them and not checking the ticket before going. But not having any ...
... go inside, we had to wash our hands in holy water, which came out of the mouth of a fountain shaped like a dragon. We found a sign saying that there were some boats to hire. We walked over a bridge surrounded by lily pads, in the water there were some big black carp. We found the boats and hired one shaped like a swan. Me, Oli and dad went in the boat whilst my mum took photos. Me and Oli took turns of steering and as we ...
... dinner at Ukatei. We forced smiles through a fishy urchin dish and a very chewy raw white fish called Agi. Things started looking up when we were served lobster with tomato garlic sauce and butter, and then the beef came. Oooh the beef. Whoever said to eat seafood in Japan never had the beef. It was the most amazing, melt-in-your-mouth beef ever - no more sushi or sashimi for us!
Saturday we took a stroll through the Imperial Palace East Gardens. Jona just ...
... at the Starbucks we read, looked at photographs, had breakfast and some of us slept a bit. At 9am, we started the second part of the visit. It is better look at the pictures to realize what the market is like. They even gave me a small cookbook with whale recipes.
After such an intense morning, we decided to go back to the hotel to sleep for a couple of hours. It was a strange ...
... the place is packed with young people, possibly students, sitting on benches at large tables. With no English menu of pictures, we order the chef's special and the sake tasting paddle. Ended up sharing our table with some older businessmen who insisted on smoking while eating. A great meal and adventure, as well as a giggle on the way.
Back to the metro and our hotel, after a hot chocolate from Tully's cafe ...