Hotel Vista Ebina
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... you insert your money into the vending machine, choose the item you'd like, then hand the ticket you get to the chef who prepares your meal. Our very, very limited Japanese language skills made this a much appreciated system (although we were sure to nail "arigato!"). Vending machines are common for ramen restaurants and are also in abundance on the streets. It seems that there is at least one vending machine selling pop and cold coffee on every corner. I, of course, had to ...
... of all, we always
made it back to the hotel. We were glad
about that, because after 6-8 hours sightseeing, we were a couple of tired
puppies. Most the time I hit the bed by 8pm.
By the way, we had
no problems with crime.
The hotels have been very clean. Though the rooms are on
the small side, sort of like a regular cabin on a ship, everything needed is
available. Even the bathrooms are like on a ship. To enter it, ...
... wearing identical outfits to each other. Some were dressed as Disney characters whilst others were just wearing the same clothes as their friends or families. Two other fun facts: all the Disney staff had fixed smiles and permanently waving hands; and to get on to Toy Story Mania without a three hour queue my Dad had to out sprint everyone else at the start of the day to get a fast pass! All in all we had so much fun. ...
... The streets filled with technicolor signs, side street food stalls and Anime filled casinos. Come here get a snack and then spend your hard earned money in that hello kitty slot machine- come on I know you want to!!
I was hoping to get a tour in of Tokyo Harbour and maybe get an iconic photo at Disneyland Tokyo to send to the niece but unfortunately I'm out of time. I think even if I had two weeks here I still wouldn't be able to see everything. ...
... a taxi... Actually more like $350 because Charlie handed the driver over 200 by mistake and unluckily we happened to get the only ******* in japan as our taxi driver who just pocketed the money without saying a word.
We spent our first night aimlessly wandering the streets with cans of asahi until 3 in the morning hopelessly trying to find a bar with a hint of life. This ended up being a futile effort however the sheer size and beauty of Tokyo still managed to captivate ...