Hotel Mets Musashisakai
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... which I have since learned is one of many 熊野神社 (Kumano Shrines). There were a few cherry blossom trees but nothing like we'd later see in Osaka! We looked at some shops and restaurants, and ended up buying some lunch from 7-Eleven. 7-Eleven has pretty much become our favourite convenience store, as the lunches are really good and really cheap! We really like pear Fanta and melon pan (sweet ...
... never been to, and one where English is not commonly used.
We didn't spend much time in Narita Airport. We breezed through the immigrations and it only took us one or two minutes to pick up our bags from the carousel. In no time, we were already in the JR East office in the basement of the airport having our JR Passes exchanged and bought our Suica + NEX tickets.
Narita Express [NEX] (2:00+ PM)
I couldn't remember the ...
... too popular to make a queue for so we thought we’d give it a go. On entering the room we heard machines churning out negative responses but we remained quietly optimistic. We scanned our day tickets and boom out popped two tickets for the big band and the lady supervising looked as excited and happy as us (as did the lady the day previous when we won our disney towels in cosmo world). You know at this rate we may just get into gambling, I really think it ...
... to offer. Instead we asked every person we came across "how was Roppongi?". This turned out to be a lot of fun and we concluded that Roppongi "ponged" real bad. Once again we were in bed at a decent hour after devouring room service and giggling at the fact that they had chicken nagets to offer and on the menu. We disagreed with the city that never sleeps and slept like logs. Goodnight Tokyo and thank you Roppongi! Sayonara! ...
... the admiration of my fellow colleagues at the hostel :)
Confirmed, don't see what is special about Roppongi... A part being harassed by African-style bouncers to have fun tonight, it was a normal place with more people than elsewhere, but not close to Shibuya or
Shinjuku. Maybe I missed something.
Back to hostel and a sashumi diner :)
Tomorrow: trip to Matsumoto at 11h50, so still some time in the morning.
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