Web Hotel Tokyo Asakusabashi
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... of options which makes it ideal for a group of school students.
Becasue all of the attractions are close to each other, it would be a great opportuinity to break up the students into smaller groups and let them wonder around. I spent a good hour trying a variety of Japan's famous deserts such as sweet Mochi and Kasutera which is a form of sponge cake. Although I came away feeling a ...
... I did go to bed though. I had just about enough energy left to get something healthy to eat at a store on the way home and I again went to bed at an incredibly early hour. I must have needed it. Because I didn't wake up until almost midday the next day.
Feeling a bit weak and generally still exhausted I used the next day to sort through my stuff, read a bit whilst my laundry was in the machines, and by the end of the afternoon I felt just about well enough to go ...
... to have a cover charge of around $25.
While waiting for the shuttle bus to the hotel, we popped down to the department store supermarket and bought some bread and cheese for dinner. Got home and got changed into my pjs and we went to Lorry and Geoff's room so we could ring Carolyn. It worked out easier to Facebook chat with her. We had lots to drink and many laughs. A very big night!
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I'm making a *heroic* effort and start to come back to the diary writing... again.
The most of the chances that it will not keep for long, just as usual, but we never know till we try! (that's what I used to say at least:).
I left around 7 from the office, had ...
... airport (that's why I made a trip out of my trip and left two days early). I left Shinjuku abf headed to my hotel in Asakusa. By the time I reached for checkin I was exhausted and starving so I popped over to the コンビニ to get a bento. I ate that and took a shower and it was bed and tv for the rest of the night. Surprisingly I enjoyed the Japanese programs and was picking out a few words and ...