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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... trains. They are so easy to use. The city circle trains are 11 cars long and come every few minutes. They move a lot of people around the city with ease. The area where we are staying has a tonne of restaurants within the block. We checked out a few menus and then I found an American restaurant called Anna Millers. I ordered a nice big steak which was pretty good value at Y21,000 ($21) - it was also nicely cooked. Mum had a ...
... level at 150m they have windows for you to look vertically down, again, bleugh! We were heading on then to Akihabara when we encountered the second oddest thing today (oddest later). Monkey performance in the street! Weird and sad (although sadder than monkey in a zoo? at least this one seemed to be enjoying himself). It was actually a japanese macaque, but I'm sure being called a monkey is ...
... beauty of freshly bloomed flowers
- Hakone cable car- (Sounzan station)
- Hakone Gora park
- Hakone ropeway- (Togendai) Owakudani valley and get to try the famous Owakudani black egg
- Hakone sightseeing cruise- ( Hakone machi) onboard a pirate ship cruise Lake Ashi and enjoy unobstructed view of the magnificent Mt. Fuji
- Hakone tozan bus.
... that could possibly be pulled off only in Japan, and serious notes on the waste management cycle that we take for granted and part of Japan lost for some time after the last big earthquake. At the backdrop was an ongoing struggle of a big part of world population with the issue. But we only had 45 minutes for it, as there was a presentation of ASIMO set at 16.00, and Olivia did not want to dress as a poo, as she was sliding into the giant toilet. Also we ...
On Saturday we visited the Tokyo Skytree. This is a new television broadcasting tower and a landmark of Tokyo. It is the centrepiece of the Tokyo Skytree Town in the Sumida City Ward not far from Asakusa. With a height of 634 metres it is the tallest building in Japan and the second tallest structure in the world at the time of ...