Urvest Hotel Kamata Kamata East
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the American area has its own large passenger ship. The rides were predictable Disney, not too scary and with importance placed on the story and atmosphere over actual rollercoaster action, but the park itself was breath-taking. My favourite ride was Toy Story Mania. You ride on a cart through 3D screens set up like carnival games, and use a shooter to fire into the game 3D balls or hoops in order to hit the targets. It was a pretty impressive 4D experience and so much fun. ...
... turned down one street we stumbled upon a cherry blossom tree still in bloom. I got super excited and proceeded to take a heap of photos underneath its branches, I didn't want to risk this being the only cherry blossom tree I go to see on the trip.
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Tokyo is so amazing. Cleanest city I've ever seen.
I'll post the pics and will update the blog later. But basically, we arrived after dirty Bangkok and Vietnam and arrived in the cleanest, most organized, and technically advanced city on earth which was a happy and relaxing rest.
... very low down. I did not make a picture as I did not think it respectful, but I hope I’ve painted a clear enough picture.
The way you are supposed to work this is you use the shower stuff in the open area on the right to clean yourself while seated on the sub-knee level stools, rinsing yourself when done, and then when you are totally clean you go into the bath to sit and soak.
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