Odakyu Station Hotel Hon-Atsugi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is a novelty in itself). If you ever make it out to Disney Sea in Japan, this ride is a must. Don't be fooled by the line, it goes by quickly. Afterward, me a group of fellow students decided to return to the hotel, having seen enough of this magical place for one day (I'll return someday though). It was then that the food finally acted out its vengeance, pulling me into a beast of a nap, or a "food coma." After waking up to ...
... kindness, generosity, and character of the Japanese. His name is Mr. Cho and he is a pilot for All Nippon Airways. He made a lasting impression on the TCU students.
Once we arrived at the train station I managed to get us lost two more times as we walked to the Tokyo Prince Park Hotel. The accommodations are extremely nice and be sure to ask about the amenities in the rooms. The students were patient with ...
... what you want, and receive a ticket. You then take the ticket inside and the server will serve you your wish a few minutes later. Everything here is fast and efficient. It's all about function and making things as simple and quick as possible.
Finally, I ended up feeling sick as well and went back to the hotel around 6 pm. I immediately crashed and was asleep until 2 AM when I woke up and took a shower and got ready for bed. ...
Well, here we are, the last proper day of our travels. We have spent the day at Asakusa market buying souvenirs and gifts, and at the apartment getting packed up of course. Asakusa is where we stayed when we arrived a fortnight ago and is the least frenetic area of Tokyo we have come across. It's market has the nicest artisan stuff in it's little stalls and shops. It is the place where we first found out that Japanese people will bend over backwards to help ...
... whole day subway pass is only $7 USD. We walked around Ginza and it looked pretty cool. The stores all look cool and the architecture is all different. Sony's building even had an aquarium outside on the sidewalk. Ginza Avenue is basically like a Short Hills mall and every other retailer you can imagine but in side by side buildings like a NYC street. It was pretty nice and I would stay there next time.
We went to a toy store that had ...