Okura Frontier Hotel Ebina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We went to this cool rooftop south East Asian restaurant and ate delicious fresh Vietnamese spring rolls and pad Thai! Mmmm! So delicious. We had a few beers with tea, then back on the road we got a few more for the walk! Nils took me to an area called Golden Gui which is so cool: it like a town of teeny tiny bars that for about 5-10 people in. After we went to 'Rock bar' which was a ton of fun and I met loads of Nils' friends, just drinking and dancing the night ...
... well after the famous auction that happens between 5 and 6AM. Queues start before 4AM for the limited (free) public tickets for the auction...will save that for another trip. The stalls at the outer ring of the market were still busy - these sold mainly dried fish and other condiments. Hole-in-the-wall sushi and ramen stalls were also doing good business. In the market itself, the last of the fish was being sold and the stalls were toting up the days' sales ...
... for dinner, which included us having a drink in a tram carriage bar and then finding some fantastic ramen to eat. Rappongi itself was a busy hub with lots of bars, bright lights and people, fantastic to see even if it did feel a little seedy (exacerbated by the guys outside the bars trying to entice us in to what I assume was a strip club). It was another excellent day, Japan is living up to all of my expectations, I am loving the land of the rising ...
... days worth of site seeing and sure felt like it when I got back. I don't think I can keep up this pace for 4 weeks through SE Asia!
Things to see and do
The beauty of putting together your own city tour and walking between sites is that you get to not only get exercise but you see and experience things you couldn't on a tour being rushed and bussed from site to site.
I got to see the usual big attractions (Imperial palace, Tokyo ...
... others. There were signs that indicated proper manners for metro behavior. As silly as it sounds, Americans need these things. We just do not like being told what to do. For now, I was enjoying the peace and quiet. It was starting to hit me that I was really in a far off place because everyone looked different from me and I could not understand anything they were saying. They just go about their day. It is as if I am just waiting for them all to turn to ...