Hotel Seven Seas Ginza
Travel Blogs from Chuo
... tambourines and mic in hand we give it a good crack.
The next morning is a slow start, Nathan and Joe head off to the Tsukiji fish market and in the afternoon we head out to Oshiage to see the Tokyo skytree (lookout tower). On the way home we go underground to find a very cheap Italian dinner at restaurant chain Saizeriya (we are eating Japanese food – promise) and home to prepare for the next morning trek to Fuji Rock.
... wandered over.
Up 40 flights to the top, I found a nice restaurant which was pretty much empty. I walked to the window to take pictures of the stunning view. I found the 1964 Olympic Stadium for the Tokyo Summer Olympics. I absorbed the view (for FREE this time), then descended back to the bustling streets. I walked some of the streets of Shibuya for about an hour, before getting lunch.
I walked into a shopping center, where traditionally the basement ...
(Note: I guess I was too tired to focus on Feb. 20th. It seems that I forgot to publish my entry, which stinks because I totally referred to that entry in yesterday's post. It is published now. Sorry.)
I went to bed a little paranoid last night because I got some silly idea in my head. Also, we could not exactly figure out how to lock the front door (it locks and unlocks with a key and a remote) and I was scared someone was going to break in (mind ...
Start: 5:17 AM
Finish: 4:30 PM
Distance: 165 km
Weather: cloudy changing to sunny
Flickr photos link: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjKjVM7Y
After a couple of relaxing days in Tokyo with Amy's friend, Naomi and her family, the weather looked good for Sunday - cloudy with 30% of rain. I prepped my bike and had all my gear loaded into the saddle bags and my small ...
... We did linger outside an amazing dog grooming parlour, where three tiny dogs weren't moving a muscle as their hair was washed, clipped and blow-dried in a hairdresser much better than the ones Tom went to! By early afternoon we stopped at a cosy cafe for a sandwich set and Japanese hot dog, and spent a good hour or so reading the book and planning our trip. The rain was still coming down as we took the train ...