Intercontinental Plaza Hotel
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... Prices are at the top of the range you would want to pay when you are imbibing on a daily basis. And some imbibe all day – you can see the barflys who start early in the day and are still there into the evening – cannot imagine the bar bill at the end of the cruise !! A glass of wine or cocktail is usually between USD$8-$10 plus 15% gratuity (automatically added for bar items).
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After the temple, I walked around, before getting a bit lost on the train. I meant to go to Akihabara (the technology district), but ended up outside of the city somewhere. By the time I got back, I skipped Akihabara and went to the Imperial Palace instead. Located in the center of the city, it was closed as it was a Sunday. So, I headed back to the train station. Here, I ate a sushi meal at a restaurant ...
For the final night together our host team put together four different dinner options and we voted for our favorites at the beginning of the week. I was placed with the group that went to a restaurant with a sumo ting, and we were all VERY excited until we learned that there were no sumo wrestlers there, just....the ring. When we got there it was in a very quiet spot, and the building sort of stood out in a special ...
... had chicken and chips, however I made sure I used my chopsticks. After dinner we kept walking around and explored some of the shops that were around. We found it fascinating that even though it was a Tuesday night, there were still heaps of people out walking the streets and shopping. After about an hour, we decided to go back to our hotel room and go to bed as we were both exhausted and needed some sleep before our big day the next day were we would go and see Mt ...
... we thought our previous hostel experience was prison enough! The Wonderland restaurant was placed on the fifth floor of a building, making us question what else is out there in Tokyo, hidden away on the upper floors of buildings?!
As you may be able to tell, we feel Tokyo is the only city that fully embraces our weirdness.