Richmond Hotel Premier Musashikosugi
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So you can imagine what happened, we went in one door and out another and we got lost! We asked at one information desk who told us we had to change trains (we didn't change trains to get there!) so off out to the street level we go and asked at another information office. This time the girl could not understand english.
Last resort we got into a taxi and asked him to take us to TCAT. He had no idea what we were ...
... 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 ...
... in impeccable order which you simply don`t see elsewhere. We waited until Friday afternoon to pay our first visit to Shinjuki, the busiest part of Tokyo, home to the world`s busiest train station. Needless to say, the efficiency of the operation diluted the feeling of overcrowding or consternation. Shinjuku played host to three things that impressed. First, there was a huge Muji - awesome. Second, the Golden Gai area - a small network of back ...
... packing until my bf came home. We started disassembling the bicycles at 7 and finished at 10pm. Then we cooked some pasta and salad to celebrate the big departure next morning. The Italian wine which Bf's brother brought back from Italy was superb. The pasta and the salad was pretty good too. We started packing at 12am, took almost 2hrs until we finally went to bed at ...
... provided dome very strange looks in my direction. Particularly, as we had to wear a Yukata, a lighter version of a kimono, so the blonde girl in the yukata seemed to be quite an attraction! You wear able to chose your yukata pattern and belt colour, which was pretty cool. I did, however, struggle to know what on earth to do with it and had to ask for help from a kind local in the changing room, who successfully made me pass for a ...