Urvest Hotel Kamata Kamata East
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... Skytree Observatory, no alcohol was sold. However in the 7 storey Skytree complex of shops, bars and restaurants upon which the tower sits, there was a World Beer Museum. Outside, it claimed to sell beers from around the world. Challenge accepted.
It did not live up to its claim. A fantastic bar and restaurant, but the World Beer Museum didn’t have any Mosi beer from Zambia (or any African brew, so much for the 'world’ beer bit) ...
... soak in the massive indoor pool and jacuzzi, walk through the gorgeous Japanese garden, rest in the quiet hotel room all by ourselves, continue using our Japanese for one more day, and I finally get my writing time. After sobbing for ages at being stranded at the airport and not getting to go on the plane to Greece, Kaiya is now learning one of our favourite travel lessons - that sometimes you have to give up the life you plan to find the life that's waiting for you.
... make it easy to navigate. Ok, we found the way: going to Kanda with the Ginza line then change to the catch the Chuo line. Awesome, except that the train we took for the Chuo line was an express and do not stop at suidobashi (where we need to go). So let's get off the train and take the local line. We made it to the right station. Going outside the station, we can see that the map we have will not do anything as it is not detailed enough ...
Hi all it has been a long time since these pictures, this was my last weekend the first time I was in Japan. I spent it with friends in Akasaka going to the Temple there and then we went to Akahabra (Electric City). I will just post the pictures that I took, not sure I will remember too much about them :) Enjoy
I went to the Tokyo University (Todai) which is like the harvard of Japan. There was a school festival where students of the University and students that are in Harvard clubs have tents and they sell food/drinks. It reminded me of the Night Market so that was pretty cool. I went with a friend ...