Hotel Route Inn Tokyo Asagaya
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... stepped into a taxi and was on my way to the hotel. It was a quick drive from the airport, only about 15 minutes but it gave me the opportunity to be up close and personal with the city for the first time ever!
When I arrived at the hotel I was instantly impressed with the cleanliness of the complex and I ouldn't wait to see my room. I picked up this ...
... guys wanted us to come out to this all you can drink place. Watambi was just 10 min walk from our hostel, we got there and started a new round with the guys, along with Devon, Chris and Jas there was a German, an American, and a Korean guy. Me and Rishabh did Saki shots one after another and I downed a peach wine off the bat, so much for sleeping. At one point there was a coke, a beer, a whiskey high ball, a peach wine and a saki in ...
... in Tokyo were closed for a week of traditional holiday (read on for more detail).
We ended up cleaning the apartment, bringing home wine, sweets, and a hearty noodle dinner. With Anant, Tijana, Anant's Kenyan friend Katz, Kavita Masi, Suresh Mausa, Anurag, 6-yo Kabir, John and I, we had quite a crowd kneeling around the low table while food was passed slightly chaotically.
Conversation flowed, and soon Suresh Mausa broke out the ...
... learn that the most common reason for people to use a face mask was to protect others when they were sick. It's funny how knowledge can change your perception; our initial judgement of paranoia changed to that of kindness and consideration for others.
Even though we did take the metro most places, we walked for hours on end as well. Tokyo was mostly rebuilt after WWII, so its buildings are new and fairly modern and there isn't much history to be ...
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 ...