Route Inn Kitamatsudo Ekimae
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... will exercise ourselves into it by the end of the trip !!
Thursday 3 Sep 15 - A better night's sleep last night as we get used to the harder bed. Up and about early but the forecast is threatening rain. Also the walking we did yesterday has stirred up the pain in Roz's hip so have decided to put caution forward and not stray too far from home today. We were going to take a day trip on the train to Nikko, Hakone or Kamakura but the time factor, ...
... Why not.. in a small but welcoming doorway a delectable meal awaits. A fluffy pancake topped with potato , sour cream and a tasty sauce cooked and served in a small frying pan style cast iron dish.. not too sure if it is traditional Japanese food but their adaption went down a treat.
Dessert followed.. a similar variation using berries, yoghurt and ice cream ...mmm..
Must admit the "iced coffee" variation was a bit unusual ...
... so polite and courteous.
After about an hour we managed to get tickets and money and find the train from the airport into Tokyo. We ended up getting across town and ended up at Shinjuku station, which is apparently the worlds busiest train station and it felt like it! After another 45 mins trying to find the west exit, we gave up looking for the hotel shuttle and jumped in a cab. Great big old Toyota that looked ...
... good place to get some food
nearby. The minute I did, however, a lady asked me if I needed help.
I replied by pointing at the gardens and asking
'park?', trying to make the English word sound as Japanese as possible (in my
previous experiences with the locals, it became abundantly clear to me that if
you speak proper English, whether in a British, Australian or American accent,
the locals often don’t understand a word you’re saying) ...
... s all about the crazy show, energetic musicians and scantily clad young ladies. It is so over the top that you just have to laugh and go with it. Located about two blocks from our hotel, it's in an area filled with these huge video gaming centers (3-4 story buildings filled with thousands of video games of every type), tiny restaurants and places of a dubious nature that I wouldn't go in. But it's all a frenzy of flashing lights, loud music, ...