Kawasaki Green Plaza Hotel
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... and it does seem that many of them use the metro!
Tokyo is a really modern city, with skyscrapers at every turn. Most of the architecture is quite eye pleasing, and some really innovative designs, particularly the building with a tunnel built under it to allow traffic to progress through the city. Many buildings include special attachments linking buildings, which apparently allows movement in the buildings during earthquakes. Hope ...
... just about managed to comprehend the opening hours so I was right on time. I put my name down and managed to sneak in to the first group so I only had an hour to kill. I managed to do so by having my first taste of Okonomiya. A kind of Japanese omelette cooked in front of you.
Returning to the cafe at five to two I joined eleven others. Upon entering I saw lots of stuffed owls perched around the square white clinically clean room. Except they werent stuffed they wqere ...
... pastry are also 'must try'.
First Stop - Meiji Shrine. The main complex of shrine buildings is located a ten minute walk from both the southern entrance near Harajuku Station and the northern entrance near Yoyogi Station. Entry into the shrine grounds is marked by a massive torii gate. We got down at Yoyogi station and checked out the exit# using the exit map located on almost every platform where the train arrives. DO NOT venture ...
... fare - 1190 JPY
Top up for Romance car - 890 JPY
Hakone free pass ( already inclusive of regular fare)- 5140 JPY + 890 JPY for Romance car(price is based on adult seating)
For more information visit Odakyu sightseeing center located at Ground floor Odakyu Railway Shinjuku Station West Exit.
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I was really feeling like taking a trip over Memorial Day weekend. The fun problem was, unlike years past where flights were not open, I actually had some exciting options to ponder over. I eventually settled on doing Tokyo. I had already visited here before, but this time I was going with 3 co-workers(Austin, Derek, and Angel) and meeting up with a buddy from school who was co-oping with Delta(Kerwin). ...