Pearl Hotel Mizonokuchi
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... com.au which is one of my favourite hotel sites and always my first stop when travelling. The location was good...safe and quiet. Our tourist destinations for our first couple of days were: - Shibuya Crossing - Meiji-jingu Shrine - Sky Tree - Imperial Palace - Fire Museum Shibuya Crossing is a famous intersection right outside Shubiya Metro station. It is quite mesmerising to watch. A good vantage point is from Starbucks on the 1st floor so look for that. ...
Day 70 Ghibli Museum
Imagine all the stories from your childhood came to life, how would that make you feel? Like a child, Magical? Today is the reason why my time in Tokyo is split in two pieces, today I visit what would be one of my favourite places in Japan so far, the Ghibli Museum.
Waking up in a different place was now common place to me, but it is still a little strange after spending two weeks in the same room. Getting ready I messaged Mark and asked if ...
... at it and found that we had a missed call. I rang back and Shigeki said that they were trying to organise a sim card for Norzin's new iPhone 6 Plus. It was taking a bit longer than usual but they were only going to be another 10 minutes. It wasn't till 7.30pm before they showed up and the whole process wasn't over yet. We had to go back to BIC Camera again on the West exit. It took another 10 minutes.
Norzin and Shigeki took us to a Thai ...
... that`s possible! You can buy one hard-boiled egg if you like. Well it was nice, I thought ^^
Later today we went to Asakusa, where we visited the temple and I got my fortune.
Unfortunately it was saying bad luck, so I had to tie it on a board so the bad luck would go away. (When we had just entered Asakusa my camera was saying it was out of energy and the batteries should be changed, so really bad luck indeed)
... again to get a decent position to wait for the night time electric light parade. Since the light parade was going to be finished by 6:20pm, and the park closes at 7pm, we figured that we'd have time to queue for a ride or two before closing. We were mistaken.
After the electric light parade we went straight to Space Mountain, to find the attendant closing the ride. At 6:34pm! When we and another group asked whether she ...