Hotel Mid In Meguro-Ekimae
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... devoted to it. Of course, this should come as no surprise to you.
What we really liked were the people. Everywhere, we met friendly, helpful people, often anxious to try their limited English. Whenever we got lost, we used our GPS-E (Get a Person who Speaks English) and inevitably, they came to our rescue. It was fun, and we always felt a sense of accomplishment when we reached our target.
One thing we quickly ...
... Narita was large and very clean. There were 4 twin beds that were closer to the size if a double. We hopped in a taxi to go to Aeon Mall and managed to successfully take the public bus back to our hotel! I gotta admit, I was very proud of us being able to fumble our way through for the first time in Japan without my family there to translate! Go Team Farrell!!!
The next morning we got up and went to the airport. Beijing is next on our hit ...
... Also, in some places, every 500 yen you spend and you haven't managed to get your item, the attendant will give you a consolation prize. E.g. a plastic sleeve with different animes on them and other different collectables.
We spent quite a bit of time in Akihabara before taking the train to Ginza. Now Ginza was the expensive Tokyo. All the luxury shops were here and many flagship stores too including a 12 storey Uniqlo store which we had ...
... Wwe walked throught the park for a while and then found our way over to the shrine. We walked through the complex, learned all about Emperor Meiji and Emperess Shokan. There was some sort of ceremony going on that looked fpretty cool. Preople all dressed up in white robes.
After the shrine we walked over to Harajuku station and caught trains back to Hanzomon. Kicked it in the Hotel for an hour then went out to a nearby restaurant for a massive dinner.
... with the way he spoke.
The Seaside Top at the World Trade Center Observatory was our first stop. From here we got a nice overall view of the city. The observatory is high enough to get an idea of where everything is, but is not Tokyo's tallest tower, that he said, is the Tokyo Skytree. Opening just last year it holds the Guinness world record for the world's tallest tower. We know we had to go there!
After getting our bearings, we set out ...