Hotel Metropolitan Edmont
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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Hamamatsu Station to Shinkansen train to Tokyo, Iidabashi neighborhood - Hotel Metropolitan Edmont; Ueno Zoo and park
Hamamatsu Station (浜松駅 Hamamatsu-eki?) is a railway station on the Tōkaidō Main Line and the Tōkaidō Shinkansen in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, …
... Mrs Browns boys & I accidentally slept through it! Just got to Tokyo pretty daunting trying to get the train into town and get off at the right stop! We got to our Ryokan and it's amazing, all tatami mats on the floor to sleep on & with its own little bridge over a stoned area in the room. We went out for a walk to look for somewhere to eat and found this cool real traditional ...
... in no time. But moving on...our room at the hotel...we had to contain ourselves and not burst out laughing before the bell man left the room. I'd stayed in some 'high tech' rooms before but this one had features I'd not seen before...it kept one informed of the outside temperature AND humidity, allowed you to adjust the in-room humidity (and temperature of course), had a proper coffee maker, a printer, fax and a nail dryer (!!). There were options for normal ...
... a massive truck-stop resort. What do I mean by this? In japan truck stops are a huge thing. they aren't just like a little park, they are massive food/restaurant shops that put most of our supper markets to shame. How ever this one became so popular it became a tourist spot/family activity. It is called Umihotaru (海ほたる), it means "sea firefly". It is an artificial island ...
... a while.
After lunch we parted ways with Kotomi, because she had to fly home, so we headed to some gardens in Shinjuku and lay in the sun for a while and ate frozen mandarins.
We spent the evening at an Onsen (hot springs/baths) amusement park. That was an experience! We had to strip down to our undies (swimmers in our case) and put on a traditional yukata. We then entered into the main room and sought out the onsens. We knew we'd have to be naked, but ...