Nishitesu Inn Kamata
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... up to bed.
After breakfast we ventured out to the station. We set out to find the funky costumes! Nanny talked about that so I won't go over it again. What she didn't say much about was about the Meiji Shrine. It was in a really big but beautiful garden. Imagine this: walking through a forest with trees hanging above you, shining with rain drops. It is peaceful and quiet. Ahead of you there is a temple. It is red and white. That is what it ...
Had a good nights sleep even though the beds seemed hard, we woke around 7 and went up to 25th floor for buffet breakfast, half western! Half Japanese,was really good. Left around 9.30 & headed to the train station, our ticket was 1600 yen each for 24 hrs. Went from Shinjuku to Lafitte harajuku, Nat loved this shopping street. We then met u with a couple of Ryan's friends and had lunch ...
... had a starting cash point for Japan. Since it didn`t work out perfectly, we were able to grab some chocolaty snacks for the flight. With 6 1/2 hours at my disposal, I utilized the flight to develop Tokyo itineraries and catch up on journal entries.
With a quick pass through customs requiring a photo and finger print entry, we officially entered Japan! Maneuvering through the airport we found some directions to the right train to take us to the area of Tokyo that ...
Cassi and I were sitting in our common room at the hostels last night eating Japan's fancy version of Mr Noodle and drinking their not-so-fancy "Green Label" beer when I see a Toronto maple leafs touque walk in. It's the franchise that is an unspoken common ground for Torontonians anywhere in the world. Several drinks, a $6 bottle of vodka, and haggling with a Japanese cab driver quickly ended all of our nights. It is safe to say I am writing this post now because I can't bare ...
... while you do toileting business. At the least I’ve found it reduces the amount of toilet paper I require, so I’ve diligently been pushing the button after my business was done, wondering whether the reduced amount of paper offsets the amount of water I’ve used in the overall carbon-footprint.
Walking on a subway platform, on my way to a place I can’t even remember anymore (one wonders why I even bother writing about it then, right? ...