Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... ok. Hardest thing we are finding with restaurants is that they show in their windows a plastic version of what they are serving on a plate and that is all they will serve. Sounds gross plastic food on a plate but it actually looks quite appetising. If you want something else you go to another restaurant and look at what they are selling in their windows. Makes it harder for us trying to feed the boys so the question become what can he have here and ...
... male and female. I had a very quick shower the next morning.. Luckily just missed another person coming in :-) in the evening we headed to Akihabara to see the Electric City.. There were huge sky scrapers all covered in lights.. Most of them were gaming places (sega and taito), anime shops and rudey places! Back to the hotel for our closed space sleep! Which wasn't much! Some lovely people turned up late and loudly spoke in the hallways!! All in all a good experience! Next stop... ...
... i was at this point beginning to wonder if we were going in the right direction but based on my experience of climbing mount Snowdon in a snowy blizzard in february, the plan was just to carry on going,so we did.
Mistake number two.Not bringing enough food, although we brought the right kind of food we didn't bring no where near enough, which was costing us dearly financially if nothing else, as we pretty muched stopped at every food stall we could, which were ...
... in Tokyo; its a high scorer.
Harajuku, sandwiched between Shibuya and Shinjuku on the west side of Tokyo, is the place to visit on a Sunday. Swarming with all sorts of odd-bods in fancy dress and street performers hustling a living, Harajuku is another fascinating people-watching place. Yoyogi Park, next to the train station, provides a welcome antidote to the heaving streets beyond, where the shopping, all the way up to Omotesando, is renowned.
Shinjuku is home ...
The fish auctions were always going to be a risk: They let 120 people in, total. 60 at 5:25am and 60 at 6:15am. First in, best dressed. Considering we got the first subway, at 5:02am and the train took 20 minutes to get there, we were not the first in. Considering we had awoken at 4:10am we were definitely not looking our best. When we got to the right subway stop we ran as if we were contestants on the amazing race to find the ...