Hotel Vista Ebina
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... plus a beer and soft drink. The mains came out on dinner plates but would not have covered the area of a saucer! Cost - nearly $60. What can you do but laugh, and what did actually make us laugh is that the waiter was a serious look alike for Elvis.
As we felt we should leave although we had only eaten the equivalent of appetisers we walked home passing by a place we had eaten in a few nights prior and had had fun with the chef and staff, so yes, we dropped in again. ...
... in, which was not in fact true. It's too bad because several of the exhibits were interactive, so we had a good deal of fun. Alas, you will all have to come here and see the museum for yourselves.
Although the hotel was calling our name by the time we left at 6PM we decided it would be criminal to spend our last night in such a great city inside our tiny hotel room. We picked a neighbourhood we hadn't hit yet called Odaiba. It's a bit of a Niagara Falls/Vegas type ...
... a creaking sound. Snow on bare hands is agonising. I think frost bit would be horrible. Our hotel is very pleasant. What you may call sophisticated. There is complimentary miso soups and green curry at the entry door. Inside there is coffee or tea and apple juice, apples being grown around here apparently, also pop corn and free wine! Our room is large and has a spa bath. We feel in the lap of luxury. We mucked around with a snow fight. I mean you just have to! Laura and I tried a bit ...
... still pouring and I was surprised that it was not flooding. It had been a day and a half of none stop down pour. We ended up getting lost on the way home and tracked through a park where the water was up to my knees at times. Finally we arrived home, soaked, so we decided to stay in.
Early morning the next day any way.
They really think of everything in this country. When it rains they put out lockers for peoples umbrellas, or at the cafe we went to you put your ...
... base of Skytree is actually a FREAKING HUGE shopping mall that was incredibly entertaining to walk through.
It's weird, but I really do miss the Korean-style department store buildings where food, jewelry, over-eager employees, and crowds of people are all mashed together.
Unlike Western shopping malls, because of the need for economy of space you can pretty much check out some cool clothing shops in one direction, then pivot on your heel to grab ...