Okura Akademia Park Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... is what sets the trains apart--during busy hours, hired pushers literally shove people onto the train and help the doors close. We had to split up in order to force our way on (and this was not considered a rush hour). Mike collapsed the stroller, and I held Will. I've taken Will on the DC metro countless times, and he has always enjoyed it. However, he completely melted down on this hot, cramped ride. Every time the doors opened. He cried, "Off Off" followed by "No No No" when ...
We have experienced the residual effects of a typhoon and an earthquake that noticeably shook our hotel. I quickly received some texts from students who asked if they were imagining things or was the hotel swaying from side to side. I responded, "It was an earthquake and welcome to Tokyo!" All of the buildings in Japan are built with strict code to withstand the many small quakes on the islands. This weekend we will be traveling to the Hakone ...
Landed! Made our way from the airport (after queuing for an hour through immigration, we realised we definitely take the ease of travelling in the EU for granted!) to Asakusa, the stop near our accommodation. It was pouring with rain and we couldn't make sense of the directions we had to get to the apartment - so imagine our relief when we saw the familiar Starbucks sign ahead... I'm afraid we caved and went in to shelter and gather ...
... Aromatherapy products with over 67 stores across Japan. The second ran an audio-electronics company that coincidently made the audio microphone equipement that we were using to record our interviews for the last 3 years.
In terms of sightseesing we got to see the world famous Shibuya crossing, check out the electronics district and various other small neighborhoods.
... engage in various activities. When I did the activities I was put with the 5 year old the little man I was playing with, we were pretending to be power rangers. he was the smartest little man he was reading me books and telling me about his home and what he does when he isn't at school. That was the activity I chose but with this group ...