InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay
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First we went to Enkagu-ji temple which had lots of beautiful rooms and buildings. We went inside some of the rooms with traditional Japanese sliding doors and tatami mats on the floor. When we went inside we had to take our shoes off. There were lots of artists painting the landscape so beautifully, yet so differently. The nature surrounding the rooms was amazing! We ventured up 141 steps to find a Japanese prince's thousand year old bell. ...
... I am not afraid to admit that a few tears escaped from my eyes, because these are for you, I'll miss you guys!
Transiting at Charles de Gaulle Airport was nothing special: getting in a shuttle bus to change gates, wondering how products in a tax free shop can be so omnipotently expansive, people around you panicking about potentially missing their flight; you know, the usual stuff. Luckily in the plane I was ...
... American Women's Club....met some lovely people. On the second day we had a talk from a Japanese lady who took us through the calendar year explaining all the festivals, traditions and behaviours. Was fascinating and as I sat there I was envious of all the women who would have the opportunity to see Japan throughout the seasons....I went 'home' and told Kevin I wanted to stay for longer! Later in the week I had a bad day and told him I didn't think I wanted to ...
... not been To rebut Is language barrier and hermetic attitude towards different nations. Don't misunderstand me. People in Tokyo are very open to help when you seems confused, signage in Tokyo is in Japanese and English, but..... by chance we have found ourselves at International Jazz Festival where one of stars of evening was polish band. Zero English signs or information desk or people who could explain you in english where to find stage have scarred us away. ...
... Within the next 5-10 years, this will be rolling out everywhere, so get ready to upgrade your TV, yet again!
On my third and final evening, I was able to get a reservation at what might be THE ultimate Tokyo experience. I read about this place online that everyone said was a must-see called "Robot Restaurant," where metal bikini-clad girls and robots battled, danced and flew around the room on electronic contraptions in an hour long…performance, I suppose? I'm not ...