Hotel Metropolitan Edmont
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Getting ready to go, and happy with the outfit! We had a lot of advice on what to wear this week so I did the best shopping I could at the last minute and hope this middle ground dress is acceptable!
So as luck would have it the Dentsu building is right next to our hotel. We kept looking at the building and thinking it was very cool looking, so who knew that would be where we spent ...
... 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 ...
... queues of people in the back streets, where the "exchange counters" are located.
The train journey home that night was an interesting experience too. Anyone who's ever worked with me in London will know that I tend to turn up a little bit late to the office because I don't see the point of ruining my mornings by being indecently packed up against my fellow passengers during rush hour - if a train is too packed, I wait ...
... meeting up my buddies. I've set the following "expectations" for this trip: - NO REGRETS! - Learn a new language and/or discover a new hobby - Eat some amazing **** - Eat some nasty ****, not pun intended - Be more connected with oneself, both spiritually and mentally Let me know what you guys want to read about more, this way I don't bore you. Till the next blog entry.... let the good times ...
... towards cleaning and beautifying the park like I suspected it would, I had no problem paying it. That's another thing about Japan: you can see with your own eyes where entrance fees and tax money gets spent. It doesn't just disappear into the salaries and bonuses of people you'll never meet, it does in fact go to improving and maintaining.
Gravitating towards open public spaces has been a habit of mine for a long time but I can honestly say I've rarely enjoyed and ...