Hotel Sunroute Ariake
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... yen (so $3) before coming home, where we will now sit on our balcony and enjoy a cold beer. We discovered today that alcohol can be bought in convenience stores and drank virtually anywhere, including on the streets, and it's super cheap! We found Australian bottles of wine for about $5 and what turned out to be sake in a juice box for about $1 (not so tasty, by the way). Well, that's enough of a novel for now. Maybe I'll let Phill write the next one so it's not so long... Sayonara! ...
We found our way to the N'Ex (Narita Express) platform and took the 1-hour ride to the airport. Security was a breeze, and then we just kinda hung out, trying to savor the last bits of being in Japan. We had our last ramen at a cafe. It was sad.
We miss you, Japan, and look forward to returning. Best of luck with the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics!
... your jacket or umbrella till everyone was counted present. Though one thing was highly different - that of hiding below your desk while the "earthquake" was still rumbling. Then, back to class and recieving your FINAL SCORE *eep*. Seems like it took forever to get to my name... but I finally got to see it. And I passed! Scored 470/600 and the bar was set on 320. So, B-class here I come!^^ I can honestly say that´s a huge ...
Had a fairly easy journey to Japan. Already achieved the goal of being more approachable. Sat next to a lovely Indian gentleman called Syd. Had a decent hour long yarn with him. Evidently his first time flying solo (I'd estimate him to be early 40's) and he was super nervous. Gave him some cherry drops at landing to make him feel better. I remember as a kid, my first ever flight and Mum bringing me a box of lollies - good for the ear pressure that can occasionally occur, ...
... mountain above Nikko, we are primarily here to see the Tosho-gu Shrine which is an impressive monument to the shogun who ended the warring between states and brought about a period of peace which lasted 250 years. Tokugawa asked to be buried to the north of Edo castle, the direction of ill luck where demons come from, so that he could protect the country after his death. He specified a simple shrine, but his grandson expanded the original structure to show what he felt ...