Hotel Unizo Shinbashi
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... an excellent rating. With all of our belongings we went in, sat down, drank hot sake, and winded down from what had been a very lengthy and tiring day.
We really shouldn’t have, as the next part of our journey was another very confusing part. Our next task was to find the apartment. In most places, as long as you have an address as we did, this shouldn’t be a problem, however in Tokyo this is not always as simple as it seems. We are used to addresses being organised ...
... by a local to give it a miss. In retrospect it would have been better to go some place else.
I had previously arranged to meet up with Kaz in Euno, where he kindly offered to help buy me a SIM card to access data in Japan. After some communication issues at the station, we eventually located each other outside Euno train station. David joined us as we eventually walked down to Ikihabara (known as Electronic Town) to find an electronics store. Kaz led ...
... Ueno & Yanaka) and then called it quits for the sightseeing. For dinner I headed over to Shinjuku's Golden Gai - a very narrow street with lots of tiny restaurants that serve lots of different foods (of which some I ate but didn't really want to know what it was...). I love Tokyo and its hustle and bustle, but since I only have limited time unfortunately I was off to Nagano by Shinkansen (bullet train) the next day.
... it and we have a very nice meal and time. Elaine won't eat the whole little fish. Tabo walks us back to our hotel. Elaine buys Anna a McDonalds ice cream cone. First McDonalds we ate at in Japan. Anna has a early morning start so we go to bed cuz I'm a good dad. Tabo takes Walt out and they are going out drinking and going to do bad stuff! I am glad I am not with ...
... had the laundry to do when we went back to the hotel.
We took a few shots of Tokyo Station on the way. Never had a real good look at the building before as we were always on the inside. In fact, if I were to walk around it, I would not have known that it was Tokyo Station.
By the time I went to bed, it was well over 11pm. I had been up for almost 42 hours straight. The Chinese tea at lunch really worked but the effects were starting to wear off.