Richmond Hotel Premier Musashikosugi
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pieces of strange bacon.
Then I went back to my room, unpacked a bit, charged some of my electronics, set up the wifi router I brought, because they don't offer wireless internet here, and figured out how to get to Shibuya Station.
I walked down the street toward the station I arrived at the night prior (Aoyama-Itchome), and decided to buy a little subway prepaid card. This means all I have to do is put a bunch of money on my card, and swipe it when I ...
... we're now so used to it that it is just normality for us.
Breakfast was, today, largely very ordinary. We were greeted with a sizable selection of curiously flavoured rice balls and pickled things which meant that the girls and I ate virtually none of it. Breakfast at hotels in the Toyoko Inn chain are a bit of a lottery. Some are great, with a fantastic variety of excellent breakfast dishes on offer. At others if you're unlucky ...
... we just left. Since the room keys were just cardboard, and we had paid the bill on the way in, we just walked out. The staff probably don't even know we've left yet.
Would we stay there again, or recommend it to anyone coming to Hiroshima? Probably not. Not that there was anything wrong with it. The location was great, within a few minutes walking distance of the peace park, and the rooms were clean enough, but for ...
... season. But if you really want to enjoy the beauty of the spring season, you must visit the Ueno Park. It has become one of the most attractive places to spend holidays and do picnic in the lap of nature.
Nijo Castle in Kyoto: This huge structure was built in 1603 but it is still standing there with all its moat and walls. The corridor is connected to the impressive array of buildings whose floors creak to warn the visitors.
Imperial Palace, ...
... collection with nine works by Seiji Togo, five by Grandma Moses, two Renoirs and one work each by Cezanne, Gauguin and Van Gogh.
Next I walked by the Shinjuku I-Land buildings and saw the Robert Indiana Love sculpture and two Roy Liechtenstein Tokyo Brushstroke sculptures there.
I walked over to Building 1 of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Offices. The offices have two towers ...