ROYAL PARK HOTEL THE SHIODOME, TOKYO
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsROYAL PARK HOTEL THE SHIODOME, TOKYO Minato
The hotel is really good. And the place just fantastic. Just 5 min. walking time from the Fishmarket (best fishsoup ever) and a good hub to jump into the subway to explore Tokyo.
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Laurebondoux stayed here on Sep 20, 2015 during their trip titled: Japan 2015.
The sun was shining this morning, streaming in thru of 12th floor window. Then, a cloud completely swamped us, could not see a thing until it had passed by.Then it was off to the station to take the local trajn to Kyoto and then the Shinkasen to Tokyo.
Arriving at our hotel the good news was our luggage was waiting for us and we had been …
... But let it guide you to new and exotic places and to some of the best food in the world, and this city with captivate you with its spirit, and energy. It's truely a city that never sleeps. I took the local bus to MBK for 6 baht ( 25 cents) a popular mall with a variety of shopping and a great food court.
After I got one last massage at my favorite place, said goodbye to my friend Pam, who I've known for several years now, and start to think about my journey home.
... to at how crystal clear and unpolluted the waters are. One of the drawbacks I do have to mention has been the lack of English signage along the way, however, you can hire an audio tape which in hindsight we should've done. It has been a long day and another few hours to get back to Tokyo but Nikko was really worth the visit. On our last day we decide to take it easy, we fly out in the evening so we take in one last stop so we can have fresh sushi and sashimi for ...
In a corner of Ueno park, kind of hidden behind the zoo, you can find a shrine dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyatsu and located on the the ground of his residence. Despite its remarquable archictecture, this shrine won't be the main topic of this post. I thought I would write few words about a small monument that I stumbled upon on my way to the shrine. This memorial is a little bit hidden on the right hand side, off the path. On the plate next to it, we can read the story ...