The Crest Hotel Tachikawa
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Business Services
- Meal plan
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... and we got along pretty good! You can travel the whole city with metro but still you have to walk a lot. Good shoes and handy bags are a must! We easily found our hotel which is located near the imperial palace. Such a cute little place! We started the trip on the first day with a bottle of water from 7/11 (almost everywhere around!) and took off to Tokyo Tower and walked through the Prince Park. We didn't want to pay to go up there, we just enjoyed the view from ...
... security check. I was hoping the price of the duty free perfume would be a lot cheaper than it was so decided to just get some when I returned to Australia. Darren and I realised that we had packed his headphones in his suitcase so we purchased a cheap pair for the flight.
Our flight to Japan was really empty. We had a whole row to ourselves, as in all 11 seats from one side of the plane to the other. We checked out what movies were on offer in ...
Last full day in Tokyo. So much we could do, so little time. Unfortunately the weather today was not compatible with outdoor activities, so we decided to start with a museum. The Edo-Tokyo Museum is one of the best and most impressive museum experiences in Tokyo (obviously, aside from the Studio Ghibili Museum we enjoyed yesterday).
The Edo Tokyo Museum is unique in that you begin above the main museum floor and work your ...
... and naan with my chickpea curry ^.^" Walking through to Akihabara where we met Michiko, and after a fair share of collector cards/RPG games/ vintage playstation games-shopping, we stopped at Vie de France and I had the worst cup of coffee since I came here. (Really ironic - I was warned about the japanese coffee but the only thing I've accually found really bad was found at the french café). Well, time for bed now I guess - school day tomorrow... Have some pictures from ...
... being there. There were concerts and lots of stalls selling Anime books and other products.
I disappeared into Takashimaya and Isetan for a couple of hours. I needed to find a replacement backpack as the strap on mine was starting to pull apart. I found a Columbia one which seemed to fit the bill. I bought yet another pair of chopsticks, making it an even dozen. There was a huge Uni-Qlo shop and there was a 4-in-1 jacket for men. There ...