ROYAL PARK HOTEL THE SHIODOME, TOKYO
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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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Fortunately after a very long day of walking and eating on the go we found the fresh market in the train station and secured a delightful meal that was well suited for our tummies that were currently overloaded with local cuisine.
... to seeing the country side on the way to the hotel ...little did I know they had high walls nearly all the way in to the city...damn Into our hotel and our tiny room and we crashed again for a couple of hours trying to replenish the energy stores. Fully refreshed we headed out to find the 47 Ronin, Graham myself and Bek had seen the movie based on a true story and it was nice to match the two together. The temple is ...
... and locations in Japan so we are glad we have traveled as much as we have even though a few crowded trains where we could not get reserved seats was a little stress inducing. Yet we have done it and are proud of our ability to navigate trains, buses and assorted other transportation methods.
Made it to Tokyo and it is down pouring here and we had trouble finding our hotel. What did folks do before GPS on their phones to find places :) I had to use some of ...
... of some sort in which I could shower.
Instead I found a big open space with a huge bath on the left with a naked man sitting in it. I estimate this bath would be able to hold about ten men, twenty at a squeeze even though I doubt the nudity would make the latter the most desirable option for most of the patrons.
On the right of this room were full-length mirrors, low plastic stools and a strange sight. Stuff you would normally expect in a shower was all there, but ...
... to drive that stretch. The scenery was rural at times with field after field of rice sprouting up out of the watery fields. At other times we flew past small towns and villages that seemed to pass by in a blur.
Coincidentally, at one point while taking a photo of the Japanese landscape, a bullet train traveling the opposite direction passed ...