Shibuya Tokyu Inn
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... the clearest view one could get. We were met at the airport by a lovely woman named Miki who was very helpful and made some great suggestions for things we might want to do. We arrived at the hotel around 11.30am and the checkout process was lengthened a bit by three guys in suits giving me a grilling about my nut allergy. I am sure they had my best interests at heart but it seemed a little over the top. DIane decided ...
... 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 ...
... whilst trying to decipher the Japanese hieroglyphics a kind man tells us he will help us. We first have to tell the driver where we are going and the man gets on the bus with us. Gives us maps and chats away in Japanese. Aggy can speak a little and some one else joins in. He speaks English. At some point the driver joins in through his microphone and he checks every few minutes to see if we are ok. The first man the. Walks us to a bridge with a good view and after much ...
... They are all on the Yamanote train line which is the one that rings around Tokyo and it is one of the busiest. It is easy to get around on and if you happen to fall asleep on the train and miss your stop, that meant that you could sleep for another hour or so when the train would circle back to that spot again. We didn't do that, but we saw plenty of "career men" late at night that you know weren't sober enough to wake up for their stop. That is why, you never stand directly ...
... with clear windows, so it is always filled with tourists snapping photos of this crazy crossing. You can google this crossing and I guarantee you'll find so many pictures and videos. It's a quite nice place to watch people, too, because there are so many crazy people living in Japan!
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