Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel Urayasu
Brilliant place to stay at Disney.. Although they only had free wifi in the lobby for an hour or you could use one of the computers for free.. Quite expensive for not spending much time in there but very nice hotel.
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... hugs to Noboku for the fantastic food and hospitality. A shout out to Emiko, Hanako and Takehito for showing us around and making us feel at home. And a big hug to Cal and Anna too. Thanks for letting the boys play with all your stuff! When I have thought about Japan in the past I often wondered how you were suppose to navigate all the, well Japanesey bits. After spending time in your company and seeing a little of your wonderful country I now want to live there.
... Steve Adelsman and his wife Marta at the designated spot along with the
last two of the 11 strong group. The train ride from the airport to the
location of our lodging was over an hour long, but went smoothly. We
arrived at the hotel (toyoko-inn.com) where we met with the remaining
members of our group – five gents and six ladies. My room is
similar in quality to that you'd find at a La Quinta Inn, rather small
with my single person ...
... the Shibuya District. Metro was very easy to figure out … ticket machines have an English option, and we could find a few maps with Latin-letter names; tickets are not too expensive (about $2 per ride). Our plan had been to get off at Harajuku District, which is supposedly the center of hip fashion, and find a noodle house or other inexpensive place to eat. We talked from the metro towards the Shibuya Crossing but never passed a place that had tables and the right kind of ...