Richmond Hotel Narita
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... could not find this humungous place. We ended up in a back street somewhere and asked a man where it was. He pointed to the coloured facade just 50m away, hidden by the trees. As we got closer, we found that we had to go around the garden path again, down to a main road, then back up as steep flight of stairs. We popped up at the back entrance. We spent a bit of time around the temple.
When we left via the front door, we came out via the main road. We ...
... was closed too, so we decided to have a walk around Shinobazu Pond, on the edge of the park. We returned to the park about 11.00 and decided to visit the zoo, which is also in the park. Looking at the map, it doesn't look all that big and we thought we would get round it by about lunch time. How wrong could we be? About 3 hours wrong, that's how much! I suspect it doesn't cover a great amount of land but it's laid out so you follow 'trails' to see all the exhibits and ...
After the first day of meetings, we toured the Roppongi D&D locations. I've already shared the pictures of those stores. We then went to a nice little Italian place for dinner. As we are a truly global brand, we had representatives from all if our locations, but those people are also operators from other areas of the world. Included at the dinner were people from UK, Ireland, Singapore, the Phillipines, Malaysia, Korea, Thailand, Japan, Australia, the US, and ...
... Giza line to Asakusa (where we are staying) to station 18 (not so easy). It may take a day or two for my orienteering head to get in gear! Our room is tiny, Joe, the reception guy and I practically got stuck in there together just when he showed us in hahaha... its consists of bunk beds, a shelf, a table which just fits the kettle on and a bathroom with a square shower which you climb into as it comes up to your thy.
... to recruit Maiko (who was happy to oblige) to spend a day as a tourist in Asakusa, Nihombashi and Ueno. We started with a trip to the kitchenwares street (Kappabashi Dogugai) where, thankfully, I was severely limited by baggage restrictions because that would have been severely dangerous for the pocket book. It is a street lined with shops that ...