New Otani Inn Tokyo
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- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Family rooms
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... even better, as we 3 ladies spoke about how our creative time was out of balance with our work life and again, a pact was made and sealed with a handshake, that we would do more yoga, gym, scrap books, instagram and all things we love. We also agreed that more flowers and plants should be in our homes, to keep us in touch with nature .......................thankfully we never spoke about having any cats or dogs, as i couldn't have comfortably agreed to that ...
... for foreigners at a boarding school in Akihabara. But first: 夏休み. Today was meant to be spent in at the beach near Kamakura. Last time we went swimming in the Pacific Ocean was fun, and so Milena came up with the idea of doing it again. The poor thing got terribly sick, however, and now we find ourselves not going to the ocean, ...
... on a TV ad for Travelocity. We started by going to the elaborate waiting room with plush over the top decorated chairs to sit and listen to a band dressed up like robots play some music and sing. After grabbing a beer, we were called in for the show. Our seats were perfect, we sat right in the center in the 3rd row (of 3) so we could see everything. The room was two sections of 3 rows facing each other with a wall of TV screens behind them to add to ...
Today, we visited two shrines. The first was the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. Our tour guide gave us a small history lesson of what had occurred at this shrine. You could say a prayer, although here it cost a fee. It was a large and beautiful shrine though, located in a more rural part of Japan. It was so lovely looking out and seeing all the trees and the view. We then were on our own to explore the more traditional side of Japan and its shops. We found multiple shops just ...
... to go in a normal car! Bullet trains run off electricity so they are environmentally friendly in the way that they run, but think about all the other things that have to happen for a bullet train to work (e.g. putting down tracks or putting up telephone poles, how do we put them up and what do we consume whilst doing that?). So are bullet trains good for the ...