Keisei Hotel Miramare
Travel Blogs from Chiba
... was a Japanese cedar tree that is thought to be more than 1,000 years old.
After the shrine we left for Kyoto to catch a train to Tokyo, after another shorter commuter train we arrived at our hotel. After a short break to clean up, we left to eat at LaLaPort Mall, then we went to karaoke. You may be surprised to know that Sam does a fine rendition of Fly Me to the Moon, just like old blue eyes.
... and went to the fish-market, a very famous and big
one. It is easy to say -went- because when you have to change subways,
you go out of the station and search where is the other station,
sometime 500meters away. It is also a good reason to bother the Japanese
- they do their best to help you, even walk with you. The stations are
shining, not a single papers thrown, and there are not garbage trays.
The market is not for vegeterians, and even I ...
... a millionaire or billionaire in other countries like India or Cambodia. But it was interesting to compare it with the US. Their trains are so much better than ours. I didn’t use the subway system but most of my friends did. They said it was very punctual, clean, and they even employed people called “subway pushers.” It is a popular job here among college students. They are dressed in uniform, with white gloves and are very polite as they introduce themselves to you, ...
We were up at 10am,at a croissant and hit the supermarket.
Today we went to Akihabara, we visited 'electric town',saw robots and lots of weird electronic shops. We visited the Anime centre and watched the geeks. There were so many girls dressed like maids handing out leaflets,they looked freezing.
Next we went to Imperial Palace where the royals ...
... Oh beforehand he took us out for Ramen, holy **** Naruto got it right, it was SOOOOOOOO GOOD!!! Filling too. Kyoko, my Auntie, was also there along with Zippy, the awesome high-5ing dog. We spent the next few nights just recharging in Chiba. I helped Markus with some jobs and we got a general plan going for our time in Japan. We headed into Tokyo on Saturday the 8th with Markus. He got totally lost on the way in and went a little crazy for a bit, I couldn't help but laugh.