Takenotsuka Grand Hotel
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... through there was a sense of celebration. The blossoms were beautiful especially in such numbers. We walked around the moat until eventually we came to the entrance to the imperial palace. This is only open to the public by prior arrangement but we could see the famous bridge - a popular photo point. After a long walk around the palace plaza it was time to go back to the hotel - We were exhausted!!! We mustered up the energy to walk into Asakusa ...
... Adam did some shopping and as we where leaving we decided to ask what the game every one was using. Turns out its a game where you place chips of pokemon on the arcade console that summons them and you battle npc pokemon. How do you get the chips? capture the npc pokemon by weakening them first, when they are captured the arcade machine spits out that pokemons chip. ITS ******* AMAZING. Me and adam spent the next few hours capturing pokemon, we even got some really ...
... Because of the long travelling day and late night on the first day, we were a little low on energy for our first full day in Tokyo. A large part of our day was lost from sleeping in a little, picking up our JR rail tickets and moving hotels to the Conrad Tokyo. We stayed in pretty western hotels but in both there was still a fair amount of things that should have been easy but completely confused us. It was our first experience with an electric toilet. ...
... it comes to museums but I always head straight for the swords and armour and this was no exception. The museum had some great examples of samurai armour and katana swords dating back hundreds of years. Think I'll be going to the sword museum tomorrow now! After the museum I walked back to the hostel though the rush hour traffic and through the awe-inspiring neon lights, which was the first time I'd seen them having been flat out asleep at that time on the 2 previous ...
... 23 or 24 degrees, so by the time we'd completed our tour of the zoo, we were starting to flag a bit. We headed back to the station to pick up our Japan Rail passes and then back to the hotel, stopping only to buy some Pocari Sweat i.e. a sports drink which purports to replace the electrolytes lost during exercise. Don't know if it does but it tastes nice, so what the heck. We got back at 16.00, meaning we'd been out for seven hours, most of which was spent on our feet - so ...
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