InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay
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We start out with a great International breakfast at the hotel. You can get anything from sukiyaki to udon to pancakes. Hideko's parents, Sumiyo and Takashi join us for the tour. It is nice to see both of them. We hop into a bus ( not a Chuo "it's yo bus") but a very nice bus. We have a nice lady for a tour guide. We drive by Tokyo Station which is a beautiful red brick building. Some of the best restaurants are in the ...
... sock store (they had everything)! We ended up stopping for a snack at a shop called Calbee, which specialized in all things potato. They ended up having amazing fresh chips which came in either wavy or flat. 3) Lunch We ended up finding this amazing spot for lunch. They had a flame pit that they cooked all the meats and skewers in. We sat next to a really friendly couple who helped us figure most things out. For example, apparently ...
... you - but they clearly weren't going to budge and if I'm honest, I hadn't even expected them to let me in at all.
It isn't a cheap place to drink, but I wasn't there to get smashed. Another staple of my travel habits is seeking out views and the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt has some of the best. When I arrived it was about 5:30pm and still light outside so I had the privilege of watching the transformation as the sky darkens and the city lights begin to sparkle. As I ...
... a turn at the Westland Shootin’ Gallery to try our skills at target shooting. Rhys ended up getting 10/10 thus became the ‘Best in the West’ and was rewarded with a sheriff’s badge which we wore very proudly for the rest of the day. Dad and I got 8/10 and Nicola got 7/10.
We grabbed some lunch just before the parade; we played it safe and had fried chicken however poor old Rhys’ second piece of chicken was chicken neck! Not pleasant. The parade ...
... may have taken my add a little bit the wrong way.
I managed to meet up with one girl from France, who never smiled, and chose to ignore follow-up questions by repeating her previous answers. When we parted ways I think it was a massive relief for both of us. Man this "friend-dating" was hard work!
I was tired, and I agreed to meet one more girl. Severley hungover I missioned down to Hachiko, the ever famous faithful Dead Dog statue that people in ...