Okura Frontier Hotel Tsukuba Epochal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of shopping, and a Legoland. I was tempted to tour Legoland, but for 2500 yen, I wanted to see and do other things. I asked for directions to Gundam, and thought it was going to be easy. How hard can it be to find a giant looking Transformer model outside. Well tougher than was expected. It turns out there was two other girls looking for the same robot. They had just arrived from Bejing, and were delayed because of the Typhoon. While on our search, we managed ...
Yoko and her husband who have become close friends with us this summer picked us up early for day trip to Tokyo to see the sights and meet our dear friend Kazu's daughters (which we have not seen in 16 years.) During the train ride we talked a lot to our new friends as well as our last look at Japan. The Summer went so fast. I was getting emotional looking at the landscape ...
We went for walk. Still hot but cooler. We decided to try antique store which was a bust. But across the street was a nice store of homemade crafts. I bought lovely handmade earrings in my favorite color purple and also had leaf dangle from it. We also found in store old vintage travel bag with stickers of someone's travels. Remember those. We asked the price and not for sale. Bummer. It was so COOL. We stopped for groceries so hade some for our return ...
... that the subway Ueno station is two stops from the LEX train which brought me from the Airport. Also they didn't mention that there's about 50 flights of stairs which one has to lug their suitcases up and down.
Next time I'm taking a taxi even if it's only a mile. My back is killing me after all this lugging luggage today.
I need sleep - will write more ...
... luggage racks. During our journey a lady joined the route dressed in a kimono, which took me buy surprise at first as I’d somehow got it into my head that only Geishas wear them these days, but it was clear that this was just an ordinary lady heading off somewhere that required her to wear formal clothing.
We disembarked at Ueno and popped into the Hard Rock Café that is situated in the station before grabbing some lunch at a local sushi shop and Starbucks. We then found ...