Grand Park Hotel Panex Tokyo
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Very nice hospitality and very near to Kamata train station....
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... take our rubbish with us to the hotel before getting rid of it. Smokers have special designated areas in the street where they can smoke, and it is expected that these will be used. They are expected to tip ash as well as butts into special containers available. I never saw any smoker tip their ash anywhere but in the container.
Unfortunately, there is not a ban on smoking in a lot of cafes/restaurants, but it is starting to emerge.
Transport is amazing! ...
... we had had enough we left the Dome and headed back towards the Imperial Palace. We were getting a bit hungry so we stopped at CoCo Curry and shared the most delicious crumbed chicken, rice and curry dish which came with a side of wasabi mayo. It really hit the spot and we regretted not getting our own when we had finished!
Another 10 minutes walk down the road we came across the Imperial Palace gardens. There was an art museum there which we wanted to check out but it ...
... but ended up staying for over four hours. It just kept going around every turn! My absolute highlight was the prairie dogs, because they would make this adorable little squeal every couple of minutes, and one of them looked like he was pestering the rest. Oh, and the monkeys... Due to the inappropriate things they were doing on the highest point of the mountain in their cage. Use your imagination.
For those of you unfamiliar to an onsen, as I was, it is a popular ...
... had no idea what it actually was, so we set out to find out.
As we moved towards the automatically opening doors we were blasted by a wall of sound the likes of which is incomparable to even the loudest concert or festival I’d ever attended.
Once inside we asked one of the attendants for help or information, but we honestly could not understand a single word he said, this time more because of the aforementioned cacophony than being lost in translation. So, instead, ...
... well: to get onto the starbucks free wifi I had to fill out a form, then they sent me a confirmation email so that I could access the wifi. Only 1 problem: I could not access my email, without the wifi, to activate the wifi. Ended up using Family Mart wifi while I was out as Graeme helped me set up an elaborate, Japanese only, activation process.
It’s great to catch up with old friends that you can feel very comfortable with. Graeme was ...