Hotel Route Inn Shinagawa Oimachi
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I had to get some things done today. I needed to do laundry (easier said than done as I'd find out) and book the next accommodation. There's a laundromat across the street from the hostel. Unfortunately there was a sign saying that it was closed today and tomorrow. The front desk told me there was another one about five blocks away. With help from another customer in the laundromat I got started. I had drank a ...
I had noticed that there may in fact be some wind in or around Tokyo on Tuesday, April 21st. While I enjoyed myself thoroughly on our first full day in Japan and kiting at Futtsu Beach Park was definitely a highlight, getting there without a car was time consuming and relatively expensive. In addition, the direction of the wind had changed such that an equipment malfunction or a drop in the wind speed would tend to blow you out into the middle of Tokyo Bay rather than back to shore. ...
... Nippori. From here it was a short walk in the chilly evening to get there. I nearly had a snorting fit because when checking in we were asked if we wanted Internet in our room, we of course said yes please so he handed us a cord and a card with instructions for our internet rooter! I was standing there trying hard not to laugh as I am so mature with things like this. Our room was tiny with a 3/4 size bed but it was warm and comfy and all we needed for one ...
... a lot of the women are dressed accordingly, much to my
enjoyment. The men, however, are not. I really feel for them in their full
suits, dabbing at their foreheads with hankies.
In every article, blog or guidebook I’ve read it says that the Tokyo
subway system is confusing.
It was that, to say the least. Once you figure it
out, it's doable, as long as you can actually find the ...
... us the way, following a map on his phone, with an umbrella under his armpit and the other hand on the handle bars.
We cooked food in the hostel kitchen to escape from the rain and met a good bunch of people including Ciara who we had met in Hong Kong. Neither of us felt overly social as we were shattered, so we quickly ate and made for bed.
Rach and I ate left over tofu and eggs for breakfast, it felt like a treat being able to cook for ourselves again. ...