Okura Akademia Park Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... face at every item on the table, after supper Kaori walks me back to my hostel with a big hug we part way and lying in bed incredibly grateful for this experience
-After meeting Kaori at the hostel, i check out and thank the staff for everything, we head and drop my bag off at her friends house, and decide to head to Akihabera, now for all you anime fans this place is a must! Craziest place i have ever been to, there is all sorts of dress up ...
After a two hour bus ride from Narita airport we were looking for some food and a way to keep ourselves up for at least four hours so we could get on a good schedule.when we asked the front desk the very nice lady said "if you aren't afraid of being surrounded by Japanese then you can go to the area close to the hotel". So, we agreed we were in fact not afraid and headed out for an authentic meal.
After walking just a few minutes we came out of ...
... about half an hour, through the center of Tokyo. (Did i mention that Tokyo is a BIG city?) A short walk took me to the Tokyo Skytree, a 634 meter high radiotower. It has two observation decks, one at 350 and another one at 450 meter. I got inside the ticket center and there was a long line of people before me. But with 10 ticket counters and the usual Japanese efficiency the wait wasn't that long. After getting the ticket and having my bag checked by security, i stepped into ...
Last night Kev was working until around 8 so I decided to brave the spa and use the pool and the hot tub. Although I had been on a tour of the facilities I wasn't quite sure what to expect...I 'booked in' and said I intended to use the pool. The woman in charge went through the 'etiquette' of the areas.....to my horror she told me I needed to wear a swimming cap....not my ...
... tbh :P This all goes on for at least 3 minutes - in the later bouts when the professional wrestlers are on it gets a lot more elaborate, with sips of water and salt throwing and towelling of faces and processions of banners and specific cushions being brought in for each wrestler etc. It's almost obsessively elaborate but runs like a well oiled machine :P
After ever 3 or 4 bouts the referee changes to a new one. Every 10 or so bouts a load of people come in ...