Toyoko Inn Musashi Nakahara Ekimae
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... you could order tea or coffee and enjoy it with bunnies all around you. For twenty dollars you could hold and pet a bunny for half an hour. As tempting as it was to partake in this strange activity we soldiered on towards to Sky Tree to find it was closed due to high winds. We took the subway back to Ginza the district near our hotel and enjoyed Thai for dinner. Post meal we headed to our lodgings as we had an early wake up to catch the Tokyo fish market the next ...
... only had two rooms – the bathroom/shower and everything else. A tiny kitchen, a bed, a table and two chairs was contained within. There were 8 of us crammed in the tiny apartment, using every piece of furniture we could as seating. I was worried that the spaces issues tied with the language barrier could make this an awkward meeting but I soon felt very relaxed.
In Australia you don’t often get the chance to enjoy a multi-lingual gathering. It ...
... splashing (have to let the inner child out sometimes) sogginess. Hats off to the tour guide who kept the smile on her face the entire time as she doggedly stuck to the tour plan, escorting us off and on the bus as she walked us to the various points of interest and soggy photo opportunities.
The tour ended at the central railway station, being rush hour we opted to taxi back to our hotel before drying off and heading ...
... available to view, it would have been much better. Still, it was a good way to spend a day, and pretty exhausted we made our way to the train station to get back to Kawasaki before peak hour hit.
Selecting a nice looking Tonkatsu (pork snitzel) restaurant from the underground food arcade in Kawasaki, we were less than impressed when a posh looking Japanese couple were ushered in, and immediately lit up cigarettes, to the disgust ...
Around 10 we went next door to the Tokyo-Edo museum and saw several exhibits from the Tokugawa and Meiji eras. It was a good museum. When Cari tried to feed Carmen in a dark corner, a staff member took us to a special room with a crib that they had reserved for families. Never saw one of those before! No time for a nap really because soon after another family showed up. Oh well.
With Carmen growing more cranky, we ...