Hotel Vista Ebina
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... luggage. Getting to my Airbnb in Toronto, I took a newly completed train line called the Union Pearson Express or UP Express. It was quite expensive at $22 CAD. But it was the quickest, most direct way to get to the local subway line I needed. I could have taken the bus, but was very tired and didn't care about the cost at that point. I got to the house, got organized and went shopping for groceries and dinner. I had Subway and talked to a couple ...
... if everyone follows an unspoken code when driving around. There is no honking, and it is very quiet because everyone drives hybrids and electric cars. We have eaten a few Japanese meals which were both delicious. I have had Starbucks and McDonalds as well, which are the closest restaurants to American you can find. The ...
... the toe or heel edge of the board to start your board spinning. The closer to the middle of the half pipe you stamp, the more you spin and the more points you get. It was a bit tricky for us first timers and we did come 4th out of 4, but we were at least in touching distance. It was probably the best we could have hoped for. We then went on a jungle jeep simulator called Wild Jungle. It didn't look all that, but there wasn't much of a queue, so we had a go just to avoid queuing ...
... but still... We continued to look around the shops at this end of town, we couldn't believe how quiet it was and how it kind of lacked atmosphere. There were trees lining the street covered in lights and big Christmas decorations but because it was daylight they didn't add much, better come back when it was dark we thought. We wandered around some more then went to the Imperial Palace and found it was shut on Fridays, we hadn't planned on paying to go in anyway but you ...
... I met earlier in the year at a backpackers in L.A., just happened to live in Ueno, a few stations down from Asakusa station (closest to our hostel). Helpful and multilingual (English, French, Japanese) he was great fun to chill out with.
Chau: Friend of Kaz from Vietnam, Chau spoke English fairly well and Japanese fluently. She had a friend who lives in Perth that she thought I might know (she must have thought Perth was a small town!).
Petter & ...