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. …
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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 ...
... my audio book, Bill Knoedelseder’s “Bitter Brew” about Anheuser-Busch, and open my laptop to continue my blog ramblings.
Did I mention that Tauck was pretty adamant about our luggage restrictions? One checked bag per person, weighing no more than 44 pounds. One carry-on bag each, weighing no more than 15 pounds. That was really a challenge for me. Luckily Patrick “lent” me 15 of his available
pounds. Even so, some items ...
... secret gardens. There was a lot of old statues dressed with funny little pelican bibs on them. I then headed to Ueno, which is an area that was supposed to be a bit more like old Tokyo than the new neon areas such as Akihabara. I arrived and went to the main park area that houses the National Tokyo museum, so I had a wonder around and saw a lot of Japanese art and historical items. I discovered that I really rather like Japanese art and the little boxes with stone in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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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.