Hotel Vista Atsugi
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... well over there, amazing clothes, makeup and hair. I was very jealous of their clothing. I didn't realise everyone was so rich. Hannah did a bit of googling to find out why and apparently is one of the richest economies in the world and therefore they can afford to have so many job roles there (even though they have technology) Now one thing I have to bring attention to is the toilets, now I had heard about them being amazing but they really are. They sing to ...
... not seen Mt. Fuji at all. When we got back down to Kawaguchiko station we had a snack at 7-eleven. While we were sitting inside, the clouds parted partially and you could see some of the mountain. I was going to take picture outside after I ate, but it clouded over again within minutes. Son of a *****. I said goodbye to Storm and grabbed my suitcase from the coin locker at the station. I got onto a bus that went all the way to Shinjuku in Tokyo. During the first 15 minutes of the ...
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 1. Bus to Imperial Palace. Walked through the east garden. Compound is 284 hectares (1.4 square kilometres). Beautiful ponds pine trees gardens, pathways. There is a 5km paved pathway all around the gardens, it looks like a great running route. The Imperial Palace used to be called Edo Castle. There are 2000 pine trees on the grounds The Imperial residences are not open to the public. Only 2 times a year - Dec. 23 and Jan. 2, the public can turn out to ...
... you, often going out of their way to make sure you get where you want to go. We have had people change direction to escort us to our destination and see us safely to metro stations, shops or whatever.
Food is great - lots of it and lots of variety. Prices vary but you are often paying more for the ambience rather than the quality of the food, which has been of a high standard. Coffee is good here too!
... gate at the beginning of Nakamise Street , is ~25 meters ahead. While you walk towards the shrine, you would come across shops lined on both sides of the street. Try the Age-Mangu which is japanese batter filled with red-bean paste. Costs around 120 yen per piece, it is worth giving a try. Other must try snack is senbei which is a rice cracker available in many flavors through out the year across Japan. ...