Plaza Hotel Atsugi
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and the Big Ferris Wheel. The rest of the area was rather lost on us, as it was devoted to the well-known Japanese TV personalities, but they did have signatures of Hugh Jackman and Arnie on display.
At every level there were vending machines to separate you from your money - all displaying cartoon characters from TV programs, particularly children's programs.
We headed out across the road for lunch - this time enjoying an Italian ...
I woke up today and had such a sad sinking feeling in my stomach that we would be on a flight later in the afternoon flying back to Canada. The day has finally arrived where the trip has come to a close and we will be going home. It feels like only yesterday that we were landing in Bangkok jet legged and bug-eyed with excitement on the journey we were about to begin. In that same moment, I was also excited to go home and see my family. Its been ...
... platter as well as some salmon and rice. Unlike any other sushi we've had, definitely a must if you're in Tokyo. In the afternoon we walked through Ueno Park which houses many museums. We visited the National Museum of Art which was fantastic, the screen paintings and kimonos were my particular favourites. Next stop was Akihabara, known as 'electric city' it is full of electronics and everything wonderfully geeky. Fulfilling another Japanese fantasy we find ...
... us the way, following a map on his phone, with an umbrella under his armpit and the other hand on the handle bars.
We cooked food in the hostel kitchen to escape from the rain and met a good bunch of people including Ciara who we had met in Hong Kong. Neither of us felt overly social as we were shattered, so we quickly ate and made for bed.
Rach and I ate left over tofu and eggs for breakfast, it felt like a treat being able to cook for ourselves again. ...
... up at the complex the doorman met me at the car with a trolley for the shopping; he helped me upstairs with it to the apartment...I could get used to this type of service! Later I braved the Tokyo Metro and visited the fashionable Roppongi Hills shopping mall....OMG a very strange experience...the giant spider says it all! The mall is part business, part residential, part shops and part restaurants. Needless to say I walked around ...