Hotel Sunroute Ariake
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Guest star blogger... Mr N D Wright It was a cold day so had to wrap up well for walking round the city, the umbrella was needed to as it was due to the rain. We took the long tube ride across the city to Meiji-Jingumae to check out the Meiji shrine and Yoyogi Park, which are some of the most visited places in the city. Although it was raining and a little bleak the park was still a nice retreat in the city. On the wall through to find the shrine we found ...
... something I had planned to do for the experience of it. Although the capsules do look quite a lot like you are a body in a morgue it was actually pretty comfortable, and gave a good idea of what working men who have to stay in the city overnight get up to. This seems to be mainly smoking and watching baseball in their pyjamas! As it was Saturday night, when I put my TV on in my capsule i saw the j leagues version of match of the day to finish the ...
... only 1 remote though! What we have seen of the ship so far, we are very impressed. Our cabin steward us Romel from the Philippines and he brings us a glass each of bubbles to celebrate our arrival. We take it on our balcony and toast the people on the dock. For a quick lunch we have a slice of pizza by the pool before we go to check out the fitness centre which is very impressive with probably 20 treadmills and steppers, rowing machines and all the usual weight ...
... was moved from Kyoto (which itself just means capital).
We stopped at a Buddhist temple by Tokyo Tower, which was interesting because Tokyo tower was older! The temple had burned down and was later rebuilt AFTER the tower. Unfortunately, there was a funeral at the temple so we couldn't go in. The temple had some crest on it, which Tina asked about, but Yuki had no idea - and then found a priest from the temple that had no ...
... called Uni Qlo. We then explored the nearby Bic Camera shop which was a department store that sold almost everything you could ever want and had a roof top futsal pitch. In Bic Camera we enjoyed a massage on the very expensive chairs. As the sun was setting we made our way the Tokyo Government Building to visit its observatory. Unfortunately, the lights at the shops inside the observatory level made it difficult to take photos of the illuminated city ...