InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay
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... it home for you all to try! All I have to say is O. M. G. !!!! We drank our coffees in the courtyard of the 60yr old japanese remodelled house (made into a pop up 'Koffee' shop) and were in awe. Once we'd finished we walked the wealthy and stunningly silent streets of Omotesando Hills admiring the oversized Japanese homes and gorgeous little fashion boutiques. Man I love this place! Now we are on the hunt for some sashimi for dinner...wish us ...
... myself she said i could buy the thing taxfree. VAT in Japan is only 8% but that still makes 30 euro. It took a while to fill in all the forms and get all the required stamps but after that i left the shop with a brand new GoPro camera.
One other thing you can do in Akihabara (and what i was looking forward to) is go to a maid cafe. I heard and read about it on the internet and just had to try it. It is basically a cafe where you can get coffe or tea or other ...
... minutes later with directions and then instead of just pointing us in the right direction she walked us from the station to the street we needed. We said goodbye to her and continued on to the hotel. Once we got there we had our second encounter with the kindness of strangers. The woman that worked at the front desk gave us a tour of the hotel, a history of the area and explained where we could find groceries and other necessities the ...
... us. We made it through customs and baggage claim. Then had to find our way to our hotel. After getting some cash we found our way down to the trains and exchanged our Japan Rail (JR) vouchers for passes that allowed us unlimited rides on the rail system for one week. The lady who gave us the passes told us that we would have to take the train to one of the main hubs in the city then transfer to 2 different subway trains to get to the stop closest to our ...
... s bras stapled to the ceiling. Along with a ton of different people's credit cards that were stapled to the ceiling as well. Not wanting to chance why they were there we paid for our drinks in cash. The drinks were pretty expensive so we had on and moved on to the next bar. Our top 10 list had run out in Roppongi so we walked down the street looking for another place. This guy talked us into going into this sports bar we had another drink or two there. The bartender ...