Hotel Nihonbashi Villa
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Great location, great prices, great service. An absolute pleasure to stay in the hotel.
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Having left Dubai at a disgustingly early 2:50am (and being told by the air hostess that she loved my T-Shirt, not realising it was actually dedicated to Copenhagen, despite the red blob looking rather like the Japanese flag), I was flown over Afghanistan and the Himalayas and then China and Korea before touching down in Japan in the early evening …
... is a hotspot of youth culture and fashion with lots of boutiques selling crazy clothing styles and accessories. People watching in this area is interesting due to the fashions some people wear. Beyond Takeshita-dori we found the Togo shrine before working our way to the Omote-sando subway station and back to Ginza stopping for some assorted Japanese mochi and other dessert items at the Family Mart. ...
... become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, with paper based instructions to get to all our accommodations, I was the Hostel Directions master, guiding us safely to our temporary homes.
David and I spent a great deal (well – the entire morning) trying to get our Data SIM cards to work. I mentioned to David that I needed to connect to Docomo (which was not available from within the ...
... as Japan was so expensive. One guy turned to Rach and invited her to eat saying, "sharing is caring", to which Rach replied, "not always". Rach also spotted one of them walking upstairs with many shopping bags in his hands, he spotted Rach and quickly darted upstairs. It's so annoying that we had no hard proof as it was blatantly them. The hostel receptionist even allowed us to search their room to see if we could find any evidence to match Rachel's bank statements, but ...
After our lookout break we made our way to the river to walk along the paths in the park. The walk seemed longer than it was supposed to, but we finally reached the river about an hour later. We got to walk past shops and restaurants and just observe how people spend their Saturdays here. It is nice to do the non-touristy thing sometimes because you get a better sense of the country and the people that live there. Plus, it is free to ...