Sun Grand Hotel Funabashi
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... minutes de marche, j'aperçois un panneau qui indique la direction pour se rendre au métro. Hourra, je suis sauvé ! Je dois acheter un autre ticket. Il existe plusieurs réseaux de transport en commun à Tokyo et chacun à ses tarifs. Il n'y a pas de billets communs. Une fois rendu à mon hôtel (que je trouve assez facilement grâce au petit vidéo sur leur site), je monte à ma chambre, prend une douche et me couche. Il est 20h30 et je suis claqué ...
... of tastes. Even though they had tried to to make it american there was still this kind of salad on the side that still tasted like Japanese cuisine, but oh well. We finished breakfast had got ready for the day. Our first stop of the day was the tokyo government metropolitan building. we went in the elevator all the way to the 45th floor to get an amazing view of tokyo. sensei told me that during the winter time you can see mt. fuji from but now it ...
... major Japanese
newspapers. A day of mourning was declared. Contributions poured in from
all over the country to memorialize the dog that had won the hearts of
the nation. Sculptor Takeshi Ando was hired, with the money that had
been contributed, to create a bronze statue of Hachiko. It was placed on
the exact spot where Hachiko had waited for so long.
Within a few years, however, Japan was at war, and any available
metal was melted ...
... block. We were like a line of ducks following the momma.
The New Sanno was startling. I didn’t think we could afford this hotel with a five star appearance. The lobby was cherry wood and just exuded elegance. Our rate was an unbelievable $45 a night. The kids didn’t waste any time going to the indoor pool. There was a nice coffee shop, a ...
... the area was almost completely reopened months ago. Matsushima has some beautiful scenery. This time we will let the photos do the talking...
We have also had a chance to begin exploring Tokyo. We thought there would be no better place to start than the `Shibuya Crossing`. This is a famous tourist spot and is known as the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. This is a bit of an odd claim to fame, it is quite interesting to see so ...
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