Paradis Inn Sagamihara
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... of the way. On the journey we passed Nagoya, one of the largest railway stations in the world and the one with the tallest station building. After my sleep we passed Mount Fuji, Japans iconic snow capped and perfectly formed conical volcano. If you have seen any photo of the Shinkansen you would have seen the photo with it passing over a viaduct and Mt Fuji in the background. The 320 mile journey took 137 minutes including three intermediate stops. Capsule hostel. ...
... world. Photo's definitly do not do it justice.
We mosied through the park at first just gobsmacked with the place, attractions like the Pirate ship, the Astronomy and alchemists lab, and the mermaid lagoon were crazy good. But I think both of our highlights were the impressive rides such as Indiana Jones, The Journey to the centre of the earth, and the Tower of Terror to name but a few.
It was a rainy ...
... is open to tours so we just admired it from afar.
Before meeting up with Yoko for lunch, we walked around Yoyogi park and burned some time. The park itself was closed for mosquito problems, but the shrine nearby was open so we wandered around that. Yoko took us to an udon restaurant and we enjoyed that, then we visited Shibuya ...
... only going up to large. Obligatory souvenirs bought I headed back to our hotel where I needed to dispose of the better part of a litre of gin I could not bring back to Australia. Gin and Tonics all around at mine! That sorted,we headed up to the 45th floor for pre dinner drinks, then on to a beautiful Japanese steak restaurant for dinner. The highlight though, of our last night, was a Karaoke Bar we found which allowed us to sing our hearts out in a private room, ...
... competition. Of course I won - then there were massive cheers of "go Aussie girls". Before we knew it it was well after 1.30 am and one of the poor business men had missed the last train. He promptly put his sunnies on, told us that he was a drunkard (by using a translator app on his fine), took a photo with us, and then walked out. Edy had to turn him around to face the right direction and off he went. We decided that we had better get home too before we ended up like poor Hiro ...
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