Seaside Inn Oomori
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... another massage when we get back to Tokyo. The worst bits were when he was doing my feet and the back of my neck. As he pulled at my feet, I could hear my neck crack. Never felt looser but it appears to have almost all gone because I have been sitting here for the past two hours typing this blog!!
We decided to have dinner at the American Buffet. Bad mistake. 2000 yen, eat as much as you would like and the food was terrible. Should have stuck to Japanese. Next ...
... and had a school visit the next morning. Once we arrived, we took a taxi to our hotel. We are staying at the Bliss Hotel in Chinatown, a boutique hotel that used to be some kind of Chinese shop. After checking in we went straight to sleep!!! ***unfortunately no pictures available yet/maybe never because I had some problems with a SD card reader for my iPad that erased all my pics from this day ;( I will have to wait to get back to the States to figure out if they are ...
... it in Melbourne.
Then started the first of the flights home. I decided to make the most of the inflight entertainment this time around and started with Step Up: Revolution. I swear I get so emotional watching movies! It wasn't even sad!! Then I did two episodes of Glee, slept to Celtic Thunder, and then watched the Lucky One. It is such a great movie, but the TV's cut out 5 minutes before the movie ended! De.Ve.Stated!
... 160;It almost looks like it's been snowing After a pleasant walk around the park, we hopped on the monorail and headed over to the island of Odaiba. Our expectations of this area were that it would be all futuristic and high-tech, having a handful of electronic and technology museums and entertainment areas. Our first impressions were one of it being deserted. At first we thought we may be only people left in Tokyo ...
... it easy for four days on the Trans-Siberian Train from Moscow to Urkutsk. This time, with my dad visiting for only a few days, and then with my Japan Rail pass's expiry date approaching, I did not end up getting anything resembling rest for another two weeks.
I was in a more and more irritable mood as I was sardined into the Metro and then finally arrived in Roppongi, where I was to stay, to find the streets had no names and the corners ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeaside Inn Oomori Shinagawa
I e-mailed ahead with questions about this lodging and they answered quickly and thoroughly. Then when I arrived, no reservations, they had my e-mail printed and were expecting me. Take the train from Haneda Airport to Omori-kaigan station. Its right around the corner. This is a capsule hotel for clarification.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.