Shinjuku New City Hotel
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... The shrine was a large open air complex that had a central area to congregate, and designated areas to pay respects to the Emperor. At the main shrine, you throw the coin, bow your head deeply twice, clap twice and bow again. Which we did. J As we were heading out a wedding procession began, the bride was in a traditional dress and cosmetics, and the wedding party procession was 20 people deep, all in traditional dress. A ...
... general vibe this place gives you is..gray, the floors and walls are just plain concrete everywhere, no paint or decor =\. Oddly enough this is also the first place I stayed that didn't require you to remove your shoes in the entrance. Furthermore there's no Wifi here in any room, just the main lounge and it is slow as molasses rolling down some carpet at a 15 degree incline. And to make all this worst, something or someone smelled of terrible BO in my room. ...
... a taxi from the station to our hotel. We arrived at the hotel at 6:30 am, only to be told our room wouldn't be available till 2:00 pm. We decided to take a walk, but it was too cold and rainy, so we returned to the hotel. Not a good start. Grand Prince / Takanawa: This was our first stop and it was a beautiful hotel. I was impressed the most by the "cool" toilet which was heated and included a warm water bottom washing feature. The room was very comfortable with ...
... exhausting and I didn't find what I was hoping for. I did find some stuff but no silk. It was rather difficult since the tags were all in Japanese. After that we were quite tired from all the walking so went back to the hotel and soaked in the tub and generally relaxed for a couple of hours. Then it was off to Akihabara together. It was cool to see but we didn't find much. I think we missed a few shops I read about online so we may be heading back again at some point if we have time.
... saw us off - a big 'THANK YOU!' to you ladies! This meant a lot to us!
We then had a pleasant flight to Tokyo, where - as our flight arrived only after the last train into town had left - we spent our first night sleeping on some chairs at Haneda Airport. But already there we had a first 'experience' of how great the standards in Japan are - we used the toilets! Honestly, this is great! Different 'washing programs', heated toilet seat, music to go along, sparkling ...