Shibuya Granbell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Ueno park where I tried my hardest not to catch any dengue fever which had been reported there recently. A short train ride later and I was in Shinjuku the worlds busiest station getting pretty lost, when I did manage to get out I made for Shinjuku garden which was stunning, it had a traditional Japanese garden and an English landscape garden which was so well designed it actually made me feel at home. From here to Harajuku ...
... we saw that Tower Records still existed - a 6 story record/book shop that is quite famous and a place that we went to often when we were here. Surprised to see that very little has changed in a store whose industry has changed so drastically in the past 15 years. Looked for a book for Shayna as she is almost done hers, but other than hugging the Tower Record Bear, we were just window shopping. We headed back to Shibuya station and decided to get our subway tickets for the day. ...
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So pretty much, it's a very, very busy street and imagine it like Times Square x 5.
The weather in June is pretty unique, however, so it was gloomy the whole day. At times, it started raining really hard. We never saw the sun today, but watching the crossing of people holding colorful umbrellas were especially interesting!
So my brother and I went to ...
... have lasted too long...I think the term is 'small but perfectly formed'. Our place is just near Senso-ji temple and the markets so we'll check out those tomorrow. Just time tonight to find the supermarket and pick up some supplies for some much needed cuisine variety - spaghetti bolognese and salad. Hopefully the Easter bunny visits tonight...his late arrival is obviously due to his inability to read ...
... cold udon noodle soup which wasn't too bad, except for some white paste that nearly ruined the whole thing..
At the end of the day we were exhausted! We realised we hadn't let ourselves recover from traveling and the late nights so we did some yoga in our dorm room while everyone was out which helped a lot!
That night we were meant to meet up with some Swiss guys we met the night before, but after waiting for half an hour we headed back to our hostel. Lo and ...