Hotel Plum/ Cosmo Y
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... tonnes, has about 2700 passengers onboard for this trip – 1700 of them are Australians with smatterings of Brits, Americans, New Zealanders, Germans and Japanese. Of the Japanese, apparently there are only about 56 which surprises us. We thought there would be a lot more, even of the only took the Tokyo to Singapore leg.
This was where we had to say goodbye to our friend Naomi. It has been a good time meeting up with her and her family and she ...
... enjoyed photographing the museum as much as he enjoyed just looking at and appreciating the pieces. We both enjoyed it in our own ways. He can explain it in words and I can explain it in photos.
After the museum it was time to head back to the port terminal. On the bus ride back, our tour guide handed out paper and showed us how to make a sailboat and a frog. It was really fun that we were doing origami in Japan right after seeing Mt. Fuji. I chose to travel with ...
... destination. I was actually one hour away from Tokyo via train, although this was no big deal given the legendary reliability of Japan's transport. The train ride turned out to be on time and every bit as pleasant as I had expected and I even enjoyed a beer in the complete comfort of the train as we cruised through Japanese countryside to Tokyo. A more major setback was revealed on arrival in Tokyo. One cannot just arrive at a hotel in Japan without a ...
... nature. In many places, especially sacred
spaces, the trees are given supports instead of cutting them down. Some
temples are even designed to not impact the nature which already existed
there. Sometimes, instead of leveling the ground, the japanese simply curve
the temple upwards along the hill. In modern times, even here in Tokyo,
many people maintian their connection with nature by keeping small gardens
and potted ...
... Hama Rikyu Gardens and the Tsukiji Fish Market where all the tuna (and other seafood) is auctioned in the early hours of each day.
Fiinally it was into the Ginza area to experience the lights and the hustle and bustle of this famous area.
Our last chore was to find our way back to the hotel ... not a mean feat during rush hour. Buying the tickets was the easy part, finding the platform and the right train to catch ...