Seaside Inn Oomori
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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.
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Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... The waiter was so nice that he gave us a complimentary vegetable dish (raw veggies) with cream of mushroom dip. There were some veggies on the platter that I've never seen before, but it all tasted so good!
Since it was getting late, we decided to head back. Cyrus has work tomorrow too! It was nice of him to take the time to hang out with us on a weeknight. I wish there was more time to enjoy Tokyo/Japan!
-- Ryan L.
... I would leg it to check-in and make them keep it open while Nath caught me up. As the bus was pulling up I checked with an air steward who was on their way to work which entrance I needed and practically had my nose pressed against the doors waiting for them to open- then it was go time! I jumped off the bus (feel free to image me doing a karate kick through the air or maybe a roll when I land) and headed for the entrance. As I was dodging and weaving people I could see a ...
... on early and found some seats for our 1.5 hour trek. Besides being a weekend and peak autumn foliage time, it was also a national holiday, Labor Day, so we were just two in a sea of people. As we got closer to our destination you could see the snow-covered top of the mountain every now and then and it was a spectacular view even from far away. It was also an absolutely clear day, which we were very thankfully for since usually there are some kind of clouds obstructing the ...
... br> Because of the Teacher Treks competition, I have Diamond status at their hotels. Well, let me tell you, I now know how the top 1% travels. Free pjamas, robes and slippers, wifi, fancy canapes and drinks, breakfast and a spectacular view of the city from the 35th floor. Ahhh, a girl could get used to this.
I donīt know exactly what time the sun rises in Tokyo, but it was up and so were we at 4:30am. May as well get this day started!
... till the end of the week. It is very hard for me to not feel exhausted every day. I definitely am spoiled in the States, even with my long commute, I can nap for 2 hours every afternoon on the way home, and I really really need that nap! Without the nap and just going going going all day long, no sitting in cars, just walking and moving and going, I am totally exhausted by the end of the day. Heck by the middle of the day!
In sum, working in Japan is cool.