Wishton Hotel Yukari
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... things were slightly odd). We earnestly practised our best Japanese phrase for we enjoyed it (which translates as it was a real feast) - the staff were happy to hear us say it and shouted it out to each other. We then walked to the smart shopping area Ginza (equivalent of Regent St/Bond St) passing first he newly refurbished traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre.we we We discovered that we could buy tickets for just one act so decided to do that early evening. We ...
... clean linen, with hot water and a shower. I don't think I will try the bath which looks child size. I think if I got in, I might have to be pried out! We consider it very good value.
As we were worn out, we went to the noodle bar across the road and had some delicious dashi soup with noodles and chicken. We then strolled to the nearby mini-bar and bought some coffee and milk for morning and then to bed.
Our adventure has ...
Today is our day in Tokyo.
We got up early, it was great to get a nights sleep but I was still moving slowly. I had misplaced the good cold medication that Peter had bought me. I think I left it on a plane. I was left with the natural stuff that wasn't as effective. As a result, I didn't sleep well.
We did get showered, organized and checked out of the hotel by 8:00. We left the bags there to be picked up later. We had breakfast at the food area ...
... Returning with joy after this little victory, I was able to configure David’s phone too.
After spending a good deal of the day configuring our phones, it was time to start adventuring. Unable to squeeze the zoo into our itinerary yesterday, we made it our first priority to visit the zoo in Euno. At 600 yen, this was a bargain day out and a nice escape from the human zoo that is Tokyo. The main attraction of Euno zoo was undoubtedly the Panda bears, ...
... had enough (and I was admittedly pretty tired too) so we went back to the hotel. The second night we also met an old classmate of Sarah's, Misato, who used to live in Bali but had moved to Osaka years earlier and this was the first time they met since! We went for Xiabu-Xiabu with her and it was soooo much easier to have someone speak Japanese rather than talk suuupppeeeer slooooowllly aaaand pooooiiinnnt aaattt different things in the menu until the understood. Misato ...