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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to eat. The diet has been excellent, sushi everyday and great for hastening away the layers of "spare" laid down in China. Finally to Tokyo which has all of the above plus museums and art galleries aplenty (though we only managed three..), posh shops, people watching and cooler weather. We have just about mastered the art of slippers... shoes off at the door, slippers on, slippers off and a different pair on for the bathroom. We (especially me) have finally learnt to ...
... from Japan, then a second customs bottleneck and the grand finale was the hour we waited in line to go back through security. They had 100's of people in line and one TSA line open. Ridiculous ridiculous ridiculous!!! I want to be safe traveling but what we endured at Bush was not acceptable. The TSA crew was rude, a dozen of them were standing there doing nothing while the line got longer, and when you asked them questions they said read the signs. They should fire them ...
... he laughed at the jokes he was making for the audience
So basically today, i hated 100% of it. Flew for 7 hours from Singapore to Japan's Haneda Airport. I can't believe i survived the journey. Reached at about 11pm, and we had to find a spot in the airport to sleep and wait until the next day for our plane to ...
The red-light district, Kabukicho, is located nearby, and here we finally got to see a seedier side of Tokyo, which included some suspect-looking massage venues and a couple of homeless men sleeping on a bench. Large groups of Caucasians were partying here, so it's clearly a popular entertainment district as well.
Another popular area of Tokyo at night is called Shibuya, which is known for its bright lights, shopping, restaurants and ...