Plaza Hotel Atsugi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... Boy did we strike it lucky. Izakaya is where you order small morsels of food to go with your drinks - much like Tapas. In this instance the produce was all laid out in front of us and the chef was grilling it less than a meter away! It was a bit of a dream come true for me. We had a few drinks (mine were freshly squeezed grapefruit juice with a TINY bit of alcohol) and Steve sampled the beer and sake. The menu had a good amount of choices between seafood, chicken and meat and ...
Last night was by far my worst night of sleep this trip. My lower back was aching. Probably because of the batting cage. I don't regret it. It was a ton of fun. I was on my phone at about 12:30 am when I had to get up to blow my nose. I got up to go to the washroom. One of the two French girls in my room was on her phone in the stairwell, because the WiFi was spotty in the room. When I came out, I talked to her. She was quite an attractive girl. I was standing up and she was sitting on ...
... neko. It's a bit of a trip to get there as it is located in a suburb in west Tokyo. We take the Yamanote Line and transfer in Shinjuku to the Keio Line which is a bit of a walk. A Japanese lady must have seen us look around wondering where to go. She asks where we need to go, then kindly walks us to the entrance of the Keio Line. In Shimotakaido we transfer to the Setagaya Line, which is one of Tokyo's only two remaining tram ...
Today we took the metro to the Tokyo National Museum, walking through the lovely Ueno Park, which has some lovely cherry blossom trees lining the path. In front of the Museum is a pool with fountains, adding to the charm of the park.
The National Museum began in 1872 and has a collection of approximately 114,000 items, with the regular exhibition galleries exhibiting about 4000 of the works at any given ...
... went to a local shrine and waited the arrival of the authorities, and surrendered. Such was the strength of feeling among the people of Edo that the ronin were in the right, and the people were nostalgic for the days of the samurai, that the authorities had to move quickly in executing the murderers. Even so, by the time the 47th, the message bearer, was located, there were already kabuki plays on stage rebelling their tale, and so he was pardoned. When he died of old age ...