Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside
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... we had a pizza whilst waiting for the shuttle bus to the Mercure hotel. That was a bit of a disappointment, as it was full of Japanese blocks off their faces with drink, the whole place reeked of stale cigarette smoke and room service was non-existent after 9pm. Not what you usually expect at an international airport hotel. We cut our loses and went to bed for an early start in the ...
... we pretty much mastered the Tokyo train lines and found the Edo Sakura off the JP Green Line. The staff remembered us and we shared our adventures thus far. We were supplied with a cup of hot tea and then walked about a mile, with our suitcases on wheels, back to the JR Green Line.
Along the way, we stopped for Chinese food (Waynette's idea) as a snack but was also caught a few bouts of sumo wrestling on television.
... when after dinner and tiring day you want to go to a pub to grab beer or good cocktail? It not tat easy in Tokyo. Most of the places, except of English or Irish pubs, offers you mostly food and if you do want to take beer only you need to pay table fee. From Ginza we have moved to Akihabara. This is district where we have had Ramen soup on Thursday (day 2). After 30 min of walk we failed to find place for beer. We were already on the way back to the Hotel when ...
Off the plane at Sg to wait 6.5 hours for the next one at 2355. Had a voucher for the ambassador lounge and could have shower, sleep and light refreshments. Plane not full but not able to have a row of seats to ourselves so not a lot of sleep. Arrived in to Tokyo airport, thru ...
... flooded with relief.
I soon realised that I was the root cause of this distress, and stared intensely at my menu for the remainder of the process.
Nearly all the other staff members had now sat down; there were only a few bits of paper left.
Suddenly I saw my Japanese co-teacher shuffling over, a mouse of a man, who is so small and timid it is often hard to distinguish him from the students during the class of 45, (being about 4 feet tall).