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Booked in here by our travel agents probably because of its price. My only complaint would be that there are no attractions within walking distance other than the Tokyo tower.
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Efter 19 timers rejse landede vi i Tokyo kl. 10:15 (03:15) for jer sådan ca. Vi er trætte og stakkels og wow hvor er her varmt :) så det bliver ikke en særlig lang opdatering lige nu :) ville bare lige sige at her er varmt og Awesome og vi har shibakoen i baghaven :) en park hvori der ligger smukke gamle templer og Tokyo Tower står på den anden …
We had booked a cruise with Princess cruises which included five days in Tokyo, and having done a great deal of research we decided to buy a Japanese railways pass for the days that we were there. This would be followed by a nine day cruise from Yokohama around Hokkaido.
After flying from London we arrived somewhat tired in Tokyo and had …
... guesstimated age was in the seventies. We had to walk fast to keep up, something we weren't quite prepared for with our vacation-addled legs. While walking we spoke about his guide work, and he told us about how he lives around the corner from the gardens and likes coming in for walks and helping the tourists.
We asked him how to say particular things in Japanese and he would readily reply. At a certain point I inquired as to his experiences as a volunteer guide, specifically ...
... and underneath the raised trainlines for a kilometer or two. I spent half an hour checking out dozens of stalls and small shops and when they all started looking the same I bought a $5 coffee and crossed over to the peaceful sanctuary of the central city park.
The first thing I noticed when I found a spot to sit down were the dozens of men with straw brooms or rakes who were sweeping up huge open areas and pathways until all ...
First of all let me say that my sons and I travel quite a bit, and we have had cases of jet lag, but by day two, we are usually fine. Not so on this trip. By two o'clock Tokyo time, Matt and I felt like a truck had hit us. We were dragging, so a warning to travelers to Japan- don't plan anything big for the first few days-ouch!
In the morning of day two, however, we felt pretty perky, so after a cool breakfast of mini bananas, beef with ...