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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... from LAX was amazing- my first time in a 'lay flat' seat and even for a 6'1 person, it was spacious. Add in a large movie / TV show selection, food, and free booze and you've got yourself a happy traveler. Even Ashley enjoyed it (I think) and she's not one for planes. Even the control panel for the seat was ...
... més exclusives són als carrers principals i també a altres carrers més estrets sense cotxes. És bonic aquest contrast de grans avingudes i carrerons més estrets. La nostra botiga preferida va ser Shisheido on, a part de provar tots els productes i maquillar-nos una mica, vam veure la seva sala d’exposicions de cartells publicitaris antics. Va ser preciós. No en podíem marxar. També vam entrar a veure les perles ...
... drag went out like crazy! I fixed it up, and tighten my drag, jumped into the chair and waited, waited for him to turn back around toward the boat so I could gain back some ground, and so I slowly reeled back in and he bolted to the boat, so I had instantly gained the line back I had lost.
It was about an hour and a half of battling and fighting but I won. And I had managed to catch a 13ft blue marlin. ...
... can you go to the biggest fish market in Japan and NOT eat a load of the freshest sushi ever?? :)
After that was a trek to the Hama Rikyu gardens, which used to be the private gardens of the Tokugawa clan back in the 1600s. Like all royal or ex-royal gardens is very well manicured with lots of areas devoted to this and that and of course it has a little Shinto temple in it. It was here where the heavens opened and the pacific landed on Tokyo. Torrential rain for about ...
... ever so we couldn’t resist buying a few before saying our farewells. His website is http://juergenschacke.photoshelter.com/ if you want to take a glance at a few.
The hardest goodbyes were to the family. Heather and Dave have been so good to us and it’s been amazing to a part of their home here. It was also so nice meeting Hamish and Joan (Heathers parents) properly and story time with Hamish was a daily highlight. We took the girls out ...