R&B Hotel Otsukaeki Kitaguchi
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... they want us to see them. I believe travel is the best education around.
This morning I will go by train (not subway) to Asakusa. It is one of Tokyo's districts where Tokyo's past is still evident. Even though it's a district of Tokyo, it has a small town atmosphere. A lot of backpackers like to stay there because it is a good location, and not as busy as Tokyo. I am staying in busy Tokyo, but am happy with my choice. I do want to visit this district though.
... ordered. In the end, we bought leftover yakitori from a nice old man who took the time to explain, using gestures and very limited English, just what every skewer was. So we also discovered that the flashier the place, the less appealing it is, or should be, really.
In the end, we discovered that a trip is all you make it out to be, and that you really can't dwell on the negative because the trip will otherwise just suck. For us, it was a really good day.
... up going in an Aussie steak house and having burgers :) Day 5 With our last day, we got up early 7am and went to the main fish market in Tokyo. We had to go early because it's all over and done with by 9am. It didn't take long to realise that flip flops were a bad choice for the fish market, they flicked black coloured water from the floor up the back of my legs. As we entered the market we saw 5 big tuna, probably in the order of 150kg each! Inside you ...
... so I thought this would be a good investment. Bored yet?! Anyway it was a cool area, I checked out Sega World which was mainly full of guys absorbed by various video games so I didn't hang around for long! There was also a huge shop filled with anime characters which I loved. I was determined to buy something but there was too much choice I just couldn't decide! I then wanted to see Rainbow Bridge which overlooks Tokyo Bay so I took ...
... all wear suits (and sometimes white gloves) and the cabs have white lace on the seat covers. If you ask for directions, someone will actually walk you over to where you need to go.
I think that the hygiene here is a notch above ours. At every meal, and even on the train, someone gives you a washcloth to clean your hands. The toilets for women are amazing. There is a spray for the front and back, and this spray can be adjusted to be soft ...