Toyoko Inn Nihon-bashi Hama-cho Meijiza-mae
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... Liam was ecstatic about as it’s his favourite food. The Indian girls were so hospitable as well it was a beautiful meal all round! It was sort of strange having such an Indian experience while in Tokyo, however it actually made us really want to travel to India at some point a long our journey. We’ve heard horror stories about the country and about travelling around it but we’ve also heard people say that have had some amazing experiences there. I think we ...
... garden and seeing the tall buildings in the city it was hard to believe that the busy streets of Tokyo that I had just came from held this beautiful and peaceful garden. The layout of the garden was pretty good too walking from one section to the other, it all just flowed. I unfortunately was not able to see the cherry blossom trees ...
... the Sumo Wrestler "Red Carpet." Two events helped me to understand that I had better exit fairly quickly. One was the man approaching me in the very official uniform and the other was a couple of young kids approaching for an autograph (just kidding). I definitely knew to get off of the sidewalk quickly and get lost in the crowd and also that I needed to begin a diet if I ...
... Waiheke Island where we took a wine tour of four vinyards and ate the most delectible meal with an awesome view at MudBrick winery. It's worth a futre repeat business.
Our hotel, The Langham was great and we opted to buy a breakfast and cocktails package from them, the result being that we ate and drank quite well.
Our 3 1/2 hourtrip to Sydney was on Emitates and was a steal at $143. Its economy seating is by far the best that we've ...
... for ages, in the end we ate Yakitori - skewered chicken, which was quite nice.
We saw the world's busiest crossing; Shibuya, where 100,000 people cross the road per hour, we counted five crossings which all cross at once!! Apparently a Starbucks overlooks the crossing and is the busiest in the world and to stop people staying too long they only serve drinks in a small size cup!