Ueno Touganeya Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with a few hours to spare before our bus departed from Tokyo Station, so we took the opportunity to give Travelex another call to sort out John’s cash passport. John went to a nearby phonebox, and 20 minutes later returned in triumph to the hostel where he informed Helen that the money on his card could be transferred into her account. We both went back to the phonebox so that Helen could answer some security questions to then process the money transfer. While she ...
... is only $20.
Overall, the tokyo trip was amazing. We might have looked stupid a few times, gotten yelled at a few times in japanese, spent lots of money and made mistakes. But isnt that the whole experience of traveling to a foreign country?? I think we did pretty well. We will all have memories that will last a lifetime and a bond unlike any other. Along with that we also gained a great appreciation for japanese culture and lifestyle. Also, not just ...
... 12290;(Ah, ihr Freund ist Japaner!). okay wenn er meint ^_^. Nachgeschaut hat sie dann trotzdem aber zum 'Glück war nix mehr frei °__°.
So als ich dann wieder gehen will, stehen auf einmal drei Japanische Herren im Anzug da und meinen, sie haben gehört das ich japanisch und english spreche und ob ich kurz Zeit hab, sie würden da gerne was versuchen. Naja okay der eine hält mir auch schon ein ipad unter die Nase und läd ein app. Es erscheint eine graphik von einer Maus ...
... all pretty grumpy. Joe and I hung out in the Internet cafe, which was free, and did everything we could to kill some time while Hanako shopped. We all took turns shopping, buying some chocolates and other souvenirs. God it was boring.
There's not much else to say about that day. We flew from Narita to Chicago where everything was messed up. That airport is pretty horrible, too, and there were multiple delays with our flight to Knoxville (no ...
... appeared in their nets that they subsequently enshrine in a hut, which becomes the founding of the temple.
The fisherman and the first patron are later recognized as kami and are worshipped as tutelary spirits to this day. Here you find the remnant of the old Japanese spirituality where Buddhism and Shinto were fused together into one religious complex.
The mikoshi are decorated with ornate Tori gates as ...