Odakyu Station Hotel Hon-Atsugi
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 2/3 rds of its height. These gadgets can turn on the spot and are a health hazard. They almost appear from nowhere in a flash.
After the market we also walked the streets and laneways behind which have many shops and stalls selling fish, seafood and lots of other foods. This was brunch trying samples of various dried beans, nuts and dried fruits and buying fresh made egg rolls, bean paste filled rice cakes, and a pack of cooked salmon. The egg roll guys invited ...
... the city; each wearing the same uniform of white shirt (or pale blue if they're daring), black trousers, or, in a display of seniority, a full dark suit and tie. No Portland Pearl grunge-casual here. They socialize in mostly male groups in restaurants and clubs; eating, bonding, working.
It's always best to have a native to explain the unfathomable. Chizuru was a 28-year-old international student, beautifully dressed like almost every Japanese woman in the street ...
... way back home. We were not ready for our long flight but we were ready to get home back into our own beds in the home with our loving families who we believe dearly missed us. We are safe to say our trip wasn't as bad we probably thought they would be. Again, looking out the window it was good bye Japan, Hello HOME!!!
Tokyo, Japan to Chicago, Illinois- 5:10 pm to 2:45 pm (11 h 35 min) (Leaves May 8th- Arrives May 9th)
... to find a place to get ice cream. Our day was busy and amazing but the meal completely made it. If ever you are in Tokyo, do your self a favour and go to Yasuda!
SATURDAY- It was an early morning on Saturday, we woke up at 5:30am, and headed to the Tsukiji Fish Market. Tourist are not allowed into the actual market until 11, due to the fact that there is barely any room. So, we spent the first part of the morning just outside the fish market at a fish food market, or at ...
From the universe of information we trolled in an effort to prepare for our first encounter with Tokyo, we were given to understand that a) many Japanese here speak English, and b) those folks would be thrilled to converse with us in English just so they could keep up their skills. Our experience thus far is showing us that a) is a load of hooey and b) is irrelevant. The near complete language barrier is impacting our trip in ways ...