InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay
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... secret footage. The film went like this:
An old fat witch fly’s into her house and cracks a few eggs into her already massive omelette. She gets to the last egg and it won’t crack no matter what she it won’t crack. So she puts it aside and greedily gobbles up her omelette. She takes a scrunchy out of her hair and places it around the egg, then spins it like a spinning top, somehow the egg grows arms, legs and a face and is animated. The egg is then ...
... peach puree – a pretty job breakfast by anyone’s standards!
Just as a quick aside here, even though we’d only been in Japan a few short hours we were already surprised to see so many girls and women dressed in kimonos. We’d expected to see lots of traditional dress at the temples as we’d read in our guidebooks that it’s quite normal to get dressed nicely for a temple visit (kind of like putting your Sunday best on for ...
... and cheered while giving each other 'is this really happening' glances. A couple of Japanese guys really got into the spirit with some neon lights dancing like they were giving it their all. All in all a very strange experience. But don't worry, we got a commemorative photo and a key ring to remember our experience.
When we left the maid cafe, we left the building to see it was SNOWING outside :) freezing, but beautiful.
After finding our ...
... day of waiting was instantly well worth it. The view was amazing! In every direction all you could see was city. We wandered around looking at as many different views as possible, found the direction our hotel was, even though we couldn’t see it, and were generally amazed by the sheer size of the city we had been traveling around for the last 4 days. When you take the subway everywhere it is so easy to get anywhere that you forget just how huge Tokyo is. After ...
... The outside foot spa, complete with hot spring water and stones (suppose to massage your feet, but they just hurt to walk alone!) was brilliant. It was a lovely warm afternoon and lots of people had come there to chat, relax and dip there feet in the warm water, complete with tranquil music, I could have stayed there for a long time. I also became popular with a group of 21 year old japanese girls who seemed very excited to see a Brit in ...