Hotel Nikko Tokyo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Tokyo Minato
this is the first time for me to visit tokyo, and i'm very lucky to stay at this hotel.
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... Jerra has been waiting to get a Starbucks Frappaccino for a few days now, so as we walked to Shibuya station, we stopped at a the Starbucks that overlooks the Shibuya scramble corner. She had a strawberry frapaccino and Tanja had a latte. I wanted to wait to get a can of cold coffee from a vending machine. Colson and Shayna got a drink from the same vending machine which is now their favourite drink in the world (see picture). We're not sure if it is a soft drink or some kind of ...
... a bit about the Japanese judicial system. We were not allowed to take pictures so my attached photos are stock, but it was beautiful. They had marble mosaic tile floors and calcified coral on the pillars and walls. The Emperor also had his own room there, a really ornate room with one lonely chair.
Afterwards we traveled to the Tokyo Train Station and spent time eating and shopping. I ...
... to the shrine and it was really fun to watch. I got chatting to a little old man who gave me his business card - "Official Japanese Cheerleader". What a legend! Headed over to Harajuku to wander around the shops. It's got a bit of a Camden feel to it once you get down the backstreets, with lots of people dressed up in crazy clothing and lots of cool shops. Back on the train and onto Shibuya - the busiest station in the world. It's got ...
... of Terry as he called it!!!! And Ella and max were as pale as pale! Steve and I were ready to line up again but the kids were terrified and couldn't wait to get away!!! By this time the sun was out and the rain had disappeared. After a few more rides the kids were getting ratty and we headed for Ariel s fairytale land with the little ones and Ella headed with Steve to do one more big ride! We had been there for 8 hours and we were exhausted. We stopped at the food court ...
... was more difficult to diverge from one's career path. If one wanted to be a teacher, it was not just that easy to leave the profession and become a pastry chef. Here I was, a former tutor who would be teaching at a Charter School without any formal certification. I am not sure if I want to be a teacher, and my society is mostly permissive of that.
This conversation made me appreciate the leeway that Americans in their 20's get when exploring their career paths. ...