Sun Grand Hotel Funabashi
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... go inside, we had to wash our hands in holy water, which came out of the mouth of a fountain shaped like a dragon. We found a sign saying that there were some boats to hire. We walked over a bridge surrounded by lily pads, in the water there were some big black carp. We found the boats and hired one shaped like a swan. Me, Oli and dad went in the boat whilst my mum took photos. Me and Oli took turns of steering and as we ...
... meal since that morning. We found this whole in the wall Ramen restaurant by following small signs with red allows and Ramen written on it. You walked in and there was only a small walk way up to a bar counter, and kitchen was behind the counter, the counter seated 8 people, and that was the entire restaurant. There was one lady working, she took orders, made the food, and chatted with us about where we were from, what to do, and where to go next to eat -food was a major part of ...
... Narita was large and very clean. There were 4 twin beds that were closer to the size if a double. We hopped in a taxi to go to Aeon Mall and managed to successfully take the public bus back to our hotel! I gotta admit, I was very proud of us being able to fumble our way through for the first time in Japan without my family there to translate! Go Team Farrell!!!
The next morning we got up and went to the airport. Beijing is next on our hit ...
... guys wanted us to come out to this all you can drink place. Watambi was just 10 min walk from our hostel, we got there and started a new round with the guys, along with Devon, Chris and Jas there was a German, an American, and a Korean guy. Me and Rishabh did Saki shots one after another and I downed a peach wine off the bat, so much for sleeping. At one point there was a coke, a beer, a whiskey high ball, a peach wine and a saki in ...
... based language and wildness of it was the usual. However, I still can’t forget how amazingly clean and professional it was. I would love to go back with a little more money and plan some trips outside of Tokyo. I think a few guided tours would be a good idea, especially if you’ve never been to Asia. The difficulty of the language and culture is very overwhelming and could easily become frustrating. I also need to remember to plan ahead for big things like Sumo or Ghibli ...
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