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... but at the moment it is difficult to enjoy as we are almost considering to party through the night as there are no beds to sleep on. Sitting in a hotel lobby, after the next turn down, we are searching online but it already turned Sunday (12:30) we are not even able to book an expensive hotel option. As we are about to really give up, the hotel clerk becomes our savior: he locates the last room, in a nearby hotel, and arranges a taxi, all in a matter of minutes. ...
... attraction to start my day at.
The second elevator took 35 seconds. You step off the elevator and there’s a one-way flow going up the tower. The observation area wraps around the side of the tower as you work your way up to the highest point of 451.2 meters (1,480 feet). The views were spectacular, although the cloudy day provided a less-than-ideal gray backdrop to my photos. I’m not sure it was worth $38.46 plus 80 minutes wasted standing in line, but ...
... happen. She soon got
up and left when she realised we may not be her meal ticket anyway. So we ventured back home having still not had a proper good night. We're sounding a bit miserable now aren't we?!
Next night we went to Shinjuku again and to the pub we went in before. We had a good few pints in there and watched the footy that was on. We went for a few drinks in the club we went before and went back to the hotel.
Next day we were off to Kyoto......
... the hostel until it felt better. We did venture out the first night for dinner hoping my stomach was better, and ate at a quaint little burger place that had decent burgers, American food hit the spot. As we walked around this downtown area, which would be the equivalent New York Times Square, I felt like I was in a Japanese Gap commercial as everyone looked the part. We attempted to see the Imperial Palace at night but after walking for ...