Travel Blogs from Fuchu
... district. The information on the hostel website was really useful in finding the location as it was on a side street although it definitely was longer than the 12 minutes they claimed (or perhaps it just seemed so much longer as I was hot, tired, and my backpack was heavy). I checked in and although I wasn't able to get into my room until three, they explained things to me, showed me around downstairs, stored my luggage, and gave me a map of the local area and where to find ...
... bit tiring but it was still a nice way to say good-bye. As Fabian and I were staying one more night and Delia's generosity is limitless she had (to our surprise and delight) booked one extra night at the hotel, which was amazing! We didn't have to pack everything just to move for one night. We didn't do much that day, slept a bit extra and I went to the gym for the first time in forever (which my muscles had to pay the price for the next day... ) and just rested before we took on ...
We meet Elaine in the morning and check out the hotel. It has a lap pool, bowling alley, tennis court, golf range and aquarium. I think Tom, Shannon and Tyler will have a great time here. Anna and I have breakfast and meet up with Walt and Elaine. We take a train to the Ginza area then Walt & Elaine want to go to Ippuro, a ramen shop. So we walk around for an ...
... Centre of Tokyo and see a Van Gogh exhibition, which is all about Pointillism and Fauvism, the only bit of art I studied at university, it's all about dots. We also see some local Japanese art and it's a bit weird and fantasy like. We get our fill of art! I spend quite a long time in the toilet intrigued by the play music button, which I try and it just plays a flushing toilet sound!! Once I turn it ...
... own and to meet up with him later in time for our boat tour.
We saw the entrance to the temple and stopped right there. We had seen enough temples on this trip. We decided to just walk around the outdoor shops and see what the vendors offered. They had surprisingly good stuff. Not like the cheap stuff we saw at the outdoor markets in China. There was everything from fancy chopsticks to kimonos and postcards. We got Grant an icee and ...
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