Mizue Dai-Ichi Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Mizue Dai-Ichi Hotel Edogawa
Travel Blogs from Edogawa
... and Randall and Hopkirk (deceased) that twangy organ type music. On a different platform there is birdsong and another Japanese pop music.
When we arrive at Popeye's it's certainly larger that some of the bars we've been used to but it's absolutely heaving, not the sort of busy of a Newcastle pub on a Bank Holiday but only because it's full of tables and chairs. Japan is a bit like Europe in the pubs with tables setup, if it's a four seater ...
... the east side of the station. It is always crowded, but people are mindful of others. We walk back to our side of the station and stop at a creperie for a drink, of course Emile also wants a crepe to go with it. Cute little place where you can sit outside. Back at the apartment Emile gets on the computer to book a rental car in Nagano. Turns out the online English help desk is closed due to Golden Week and ...
... getting tight with their services, we had to pay not only for
the food but also drinks, including water. The only thing we didn’t have to pay
for is going to the bathroom. The bathroom had a window, so you were able to do
your thing with a view.
When the airplane pulled away from the gate, the staff on
the tarmac waived and bowed to us, that’s how friendly the Japanese are.
More later from Singapore.
... back to Narita Airport. We assumed we’d take the NEX again but couldn’t find a lot of info on navigating the return trip. Apparently, they want you to come to Tokyo but they don’t want you to leave. Luckily, Russ spotted a bus stop in Ginza that was a stop for the Narita Access bus. It only cost 1000 Yen ($9) and picked up every 30 minutes. We got to the stop early and there was someone there ...
This morning I sit with my new best friends for a while and it is decided they will accompany to meet my guide but first we help maya find her hostel. This takes forever, as we have no idea where we are going or where street signs are but we do find it. It's nice to see little streets and her hostel isn't as far away as it seemed. It's all about the tube/metro/subway and we get to the mad crossing in shibuya as quickly as we can but we are still far to late. ...
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