Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kamata
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... and beautifully presented. It's Designer with a capital D.
Shibuya is a quirky, crowded part of town where a young, self-consciously fashionable crowd gathers to check each other out, shop and be seen. The scramble is when the light changes at the crossroads and a flow of humanity crosses the road from six sides to the other in a convergent stream without colliding. It's fascinating to watch. Apparently it's a source of Japanese pride that no-one runs each other ...
The relationships between Tokyo's landscape and the people that live there are the following. When the construction of Tokyo happened they had to alter the landscape, that meaning they plowed out some of the landforms (hills mountains basin etc.) to put buildings and houses on the land. One of the ...
... was only the stopping trains and we caught the penultimate train of the day into Hong Kong,hailed a taxi and arrived at our hotel after he had taken us to another round the corner with virtually the same name,luckily we had read that might happen.Good old trip advisor. The hotel may be called harbour view but all we can see are skyscrapers. We didn't care and just fell into ...
Well it looks like my journey has reached it’s end and what better way to conclude this chapter in my life then by spending it in Japan. This country never disappoints me. It’s my second time here and I can never get enough of it.
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