Ryogoku River Hotel
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... really well on lighting and presenting information and it was very interactive. I actually really wanted a job there partly because I'm a certified Open Water Diver... I'd so clean penguin poop for free if I can be around them all day. We were pretty tired after that visit, so we decided to head home. And that's all!
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... in Tokyo,so I could relax and unwind from all I'd done. I spent the whole day there,just relaxing and looking back at what I'd done. When my treatment was over,I went back to the hotel and started packing.
I spent one last night in the hotel.
The next and final day,I grabbed what I'd brought and went back to Hanedo Airport. As I was flying back to San Antonio,a tear came from my eye,as I remembered,that spa treatment was epic.
Now with over a week of experience of traveling through Japan, returning to a familiar city was exciting. I knew the subway system and some districts so this would be much more of an educated exploring trip than simply walking around confused and lost. Plus to top it off now I have maps and GPS on my tablet so no more traveling problems! On my return I wanted to try some new areas to stay, I booked with a new hostel called Sakura Hostel, man was I ...
... venue. There wasn't a hi-vis jacket or steward in sight. The whole day seemed geared around eating and drinking, as one might expect of both the Japanese and sumo westlers. Hannah and I caught on so we left, bought a few beers, a bottle of sake, some crisps, rice cakes and a large lunch each. Most of the day was then spent munching through this, whilst watching the bouts. By 2.10, 'the championship' wrestlers commenced. The stadium was now at ...
... power it is among the soaring skyscrapers of Nishi-Shinjuku."
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