Sotetsu Fresa Inn Fujisawa Shonandai
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... more...we headed down to Shibuya and Shinjuku.
This area is more like the Tokyo you can imagine - super busy, loud, congested, bright lights... we had a look at a few stores in the area, like a huge bookstore, some of the huge department stores (which are seriously expensive - David Jones in comparison is relatively cheap) and then went back to Harajuku for the promised crepes.. These are the ones we posted photos of a few days ago. Can't believe we ...
... our connecting flight. The airport was massive, modern and a shopaholics dream - every high Brand was represented in total style. Zeal and I chose to spend our two hour layover indulging in some authentic Japanese tea. The time flew by far too quickly. How I wish we could have stayed in Japan ...
... good old Hard Rock Cafe in the Ueno train station. We were so excited at the prospect of American food our mouths were watering as we hugged the sign in front of the restaurant. Those were the best hamburgers we ever had. Grant, who is usually picky about his Mac n cheese, scarfed down his food with no complaints. Satisfied and full we rolled ourselves back on to the train and back to our hotel.
... Propaganda and it apparently was known for the different shots that you could take. The even had a Shot Wall of Fame there that was pretty huge. The other crazy thing was the fact that they had cigarettes in a glass just there for anybody to smoke. I had never seen that before in a bar for sure. It was pretty dead so we finished our drinks and headed on to the next bar, Geronimo. We walked in and there were only Americans there. It weas a tiny bar with mens ties ...
... China before wasn't! Not a nice surprise but all worked out in the end after some phone discussions. The stress was not over though as I hadn’t made any contingency plans for what to do if I didn’t reach Shimoda. Again all was well in the end though as I just asked random strangers for advice where to stay and was ...