Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo
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Saturday I woke up slightly later – at 3:30 am. Not great, but better than 2:30. Again, I was starving from skipping dinner, and slowly counting down the hours and minutes until 6:30, when breakfast would begin. After breakfast, I took a nap before heading out around 10 am. Almost nothing is open any earlier.
I took the subway for …
Friday morning, I woke up at 2:30 a.m. This is what happens when you go to sleep at 6:30! I waited, and waited, and waited until 6:30, when the hotel's breakfast would open. I hadn’t eaten in about 18 hours by this point, and was absolutely starving. After breakfast, a bus came to pick me up for my first Tokyo activity: a tour of the Tsukiji …
I arrived to Tokyo's Narita airport on Thursday afternoon, more than a full day (on the clock, at least) after leaving Austin Wednesday morning. Tokyo is 14 hours ahead of Austin, and we crossed the International Dateline on the 14-hour flight. I didn’t sleep at all on the flight, and was exhausted by the time we landed (2 am Austin time). …
... station, one of the biggest in the world. It was described by our guidebook as like being in a nightmare video game that you can't escape from, and that was a pretty close description as we spent almost an hour finding lockers for our bags then finding the exit we wanted via a mile-long underground walkway that snaked beneath the towering skyscrapers overhead.
We emerged up a concrete stairway into a hot and sunny but eerily quiet downtown (it ...
... quiet, peaceful, nonthreatening, clean, civilised. There was a road crew working (on a Saturday, remember) on a small repair to a side-road. It was probably just a little pot-hole or a crack in the asphalt but here they were repairing it and from what I could tell they seemed to be doing it properly, with the right equipment. Where I'm from, most pot-hole repairs (assuming they even happen) are done by two blokes piling some old cow **** into the hole, stamping it down and painting ...