Hotel Route Inn Tokyo Asagaya
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... it was impossible. It was over an hour to get to the bus station and plenty of getting lost in the maze of underground rat runs during a lunchtime rush. We surfaced to a downpour of rain and knew then that our luck was out and it might be a failed mission. We asked a teenage boy for directions and he was so lovely that he took us all the way to the bus station to enquire for us. It turned out that the next bus was full and if we took the following bus we would have needed to ...
... tariff of 4000 Yen. The alternative was a phone on a 2 year contract which involved a penalty when we left Japan and which was therefore more expensive. We opted for the pay as you go.....the agent proceeded to complete all the necessary paperwork (photographing all our IDs etc.) which took ages and I chose one of 3 numbers.....at some point in the sale the agent told us that I would only be able to text other SoftBank users...apparently that is pretty normal in Japan. As ...
... looking for the drug store that sold diapers, but it wasn't open until 10:30. We headed west through the Kappabashi distrct where a variety of different market streets exist selling things ranging from hardware store material to fake food for restaurant windows. Eventually we reach Ueno park where we find a place to rest with relatively few homeless guys nearby. We try to get Carmen to nap on her blanket but she won't have it. It's probably just too hot. We ...
... about 20 meters below me with branches covering the path to access the spot. I settle down and just stay there for while, gathering my thoughts and making mental notes. After a while I just stop all my thoughts, try and blank my mind and try to experience the tranquility of the place by just being there. And not thinking. I find it a bit hard to do this.
It's about 7pm now and I have promised Yu that I will be cooking something and that we will be going out for drinks. ...
Our last full day in Tokyo city, so we had to stop in to Starbucks and say farewell to Keiko. She has given us her email to keep in contact.
We bought a full day pass which took us on every line and boy did we use it. We started off by going to Tokyo Dome where Baseball is played, we didn't get to a game though. We also booked our JR Shinkansen seats to Kyoto. The lady was lovely and booked window seats on ...