The Westin Tokyo
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Well, I haven't provided an update in a long time; it's time for a brief one. I'm about five months into my Asian stint and I now feel settled into life here. We now have a lot of the essentials for a wonderful life: Good friends, great community, access to cultural and mystical hubs of the world, good food, good wine, and a sanctuary for a home. …
For Elias's birthday he wanted to go to the Pokémon Center and Lego Land. On his birthday, the first thing he did was open his birthday presents. Elias got an Oshawatt backpack charm from Mom and a Moshi Monster membership. After presents and breakfast we walked over to the Lego Land Center. The Lego Land Center was a smaller Lego Land. Then we went to the Pokémon Center and we both got something. I got an Eevee stuffy and Mom and Dad got me Eevee socks ...
... is beside the point.
Even though I have spent two months in the country, there is a whole sector of Singaporean
culture, actually a pretty big element, that I never got to experience. It turns out that a fair portion of the economy and land space is dedicated to the rich. Whether it be the ritzy Marina Bay Sands hotel and casino, the Gucci-filled shopping malls on Orchard Road, or the 67-story high One Altitude ...
... of everything that I had told him from my last visit, but he had no idea that it would be to this extent. They are amazing. Grandma Kaito had breakfast cooked and ready for us shortly after we woke up. Again, amazing. It was a full meal of dumplings, sweet eggs, miso soup, rice and green tea. After filling our belly’s we were picked up by Aya, Momma Kaito and Yui for a day in the city. We went to Asakusa street to check out the ...
The various bank holidays and the days of annual leave have run out and Hannah went back to work today. It was a beautiful and bright morning. She woke at 06.30 and was out an hour later. This day is the first of several I will have like this. Its a privileged and unusual position to be in. I woke up at a good time and thought, 'I have a whole day to do something in Tokyo'. A great situation, but a fairly lonely ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westin Tokyo Meguro
An outstandingly stellar hotel within Ebisu Garden and conveniently adjacent to the Ebisu train station.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.