InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay
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My nights are getting shorter... I think. I sleep about 4-5 hours a day now... Today was kind of a ****** day. It was raining the whole day and it didn't stop for one moment. No pretty sakura watching in the park... Ah, well. Let's go to the Edo museum instead and try to make the best of it everwhere else. At the end of the day my shoes we're soaked! Japan is a land of umbrellas, but they won't keep your shoes dry ...
... was on a secondary road to the next cycle path along the Tone river but traffic was light on a Sunday. Once I hit this cycle path, the weather warmed considerably and I ended up with a bit of a sunburn. It must have been about 28 degrees with the humidity after the recent rain. Also, along the way, I came across a motocross event and some kind of religious procession for what looked like mushrooms. The video is rather large and ...
... but with only 1 meal on the menu, the turnover was quick enough to handle the wait as the kitchen worked like a well oiled machine. The meal consisted of crumbed pork fillet, fresh cabbage, rice, miso soup, pickled cucumber & hot mustard. On our arrival to Meguro station, an LCD screen apologised for the timetable delays, it was due to the earthquake on the Meguro line :-0 Funny thing is, I have been saying ever since we got here, ...
... Another glorious bennefit of travelling alone - getting up at five with no plan other than meandering.
- I made it up on time, but the sky was so cloudy that morning that there wasn't much to see. I was happy to be up and about at such an early hour though and in 30 mins of me being active, the subway began its daily rounds. I hopped on a carriage to take me North, this time with a destination in mind: Harrajuku.
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The only bad thing about shopping in Japan is that I know they don't have my shoe size. (This could also be seen as a good thing, depending on whether you think being able to afford to eat is a priority.) My whole day was spent with a lovely lady (a friend of Yuka's) by the name of Megumi. She met me at the hotel and we had breakfast here. We decided to go to Shibuya first so we headed for Shinjuku station and hopped on the Yamanote line. This is the line that will take you in ...