Hotel Marroad Inn Akasaka
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... those categories and so instead we just headed back to our hotel to pack up and get ready for an early flight to China in the morning!
We truly had such an amazing time in Japan and we were sad that our trip came to an end so quickly. The people were truly wonderful and the food was absolutely some of our favorite from the whole trip so far. All in all it was an excellent stop and someplace that we know we will be back to, if only to grab a bowl of ramen from a vending machine!
Until Next Time…David & ...
... We take care of the minutiae and are escorted to our room. The room itself is nice. Not all that large but a comfortable amount of space. There is a preheated electric kettle and a Nespresso machine. The minibar is stocked with high end mini bottles and overpriced potato chips. The room was complementary, the incidentals are not. The hotel pool sits at the top of the middle sub-tower, the 47th floor and has nearly 360 degrees of views over Tokyo. After dinner, we decide to go for a ...
... me you will not forget. I woke up and the heat in my berth was unbearable. I actually woke up half an hour before my alarm was set, gasping for breath, and quickly opened the harmonica-like sliding door, which in turn led to me being confronted with what felt like the North Pole.
Sweaty but simultaneously shivering, I gathered enough belongings to have my morning shower and made my way to the fourth floor, where I was told I would find the amenities. I was hoping to find ...
... Tokyo's metro and train system can be a handful, but we managed to master it quite quickly (with a rather sharp learning curve).
Upon arriving to the hotel we were moved to a smaller (yet great!) room until the non-smoking suite is available and got the entire minibar as compensation plus a breakfast, which was not originally included with our rate.
Tomorrow we were supposed to take a 2-hour train to Nikko, but we will change our schedule for a more peaceful and restful day. ...
... the tea cup around and admire the pretty design. Then we sipped the tea, taking care to make a delicate slurpy noise on the last sip, so that the host knows the cup is empty.
We had a typical Japanese lunch, with lots of the most delicious raw tuna. Aline and I were offered the tuna which lots of people couldn't bring themselves to eat. There were also a couple of large tempura shrimps, and noodles with wasabi paste.