Hotel New Ueno
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... so many people I expected to see the roads packed almost bumper to bumper but this wasn't the case. Perhaps it was just the area we were in or area we could see but there weren't that many cars on the road at all. I am not sure if the excellent public transportation system also helps to explain this. The other thing that I noted was the inability to see the street layout of the city. For example, often when you go up other towers to view a ...
... are little men with brooms and dustpans picking up non existent rubbish. Puts Auckland to shame.
Everyone is so polite. They all bow to you. It has to be a national pass time. As you pass by a shop assistant, a person directing you in a museum, a person you are buying something from ( before and after), almost anyone, you get a bow.
Dept stores are amazing. HUGE. The food court areas are also amazing - the stuff and its presentation. Also ...
Total distance: 712 km
Total elevation gain: 11,957 metres
I'm back in Tokyo having taken the shinkansen from Mishima which took less than an hour. Again, I bagged up my bike and was able to put it behind the last row of seats in one of the cars. The train was virtually empty so there was no problem getting on and off the train.
When I added up the total distance cycled, I was surprised that it wasn't more. I had initially targeted about 100 km per day ...
... was rather quite.
2nd day Japan- Tokyo
We had only one day for exploring Tokyo so we planned to visit few places only to get an overall picture of life in Tokyo. There are many options with regard to transport from Narita to Tokyo and we decided to try the Skyliner train. We purchased a day pass which allowed us to hop on and hop off on majority of the train stations in Tokyo. It took about 40 minutes ...
... My day started fairly early with a trip to Seatac with Emily. My first flight connected in LA where I flew on Malaysia Air 11 hours to the Narita airport in Tokyo. Luckily it wasn't a full flight so I had the seat next to me open to stretch out a little. They had TVs in the headrests with a bunch of different movies for you to watch. With some intermittent sleep and meals served by the traditionally dressed flight attendants, ...