The Hotel Spa. The Peninsula Hotel
My biggest boy and littlest boys
Baby Louie and his fans.
Just a spot of shopping
I obtained a passport.
14 days later I left Australia.
Tokyo was nothing like I had expected but so much more.
With the trip so quickly arranged and a full schedule leading up to the departure there was no time to research my guts out (like I normally do).
The best thing was having a loose plan of what we wanted to do, have accommodation and airport transfers booked and for the rest - wing it!
To keep track of the itinerary I used Tripit. Which is both web based and has an app for your phone. You provide Tripit with your email and it searches through your inbox for travel bookings and populates the itinerary online for you. Just a little tweaking and its complete, ready to forward to family and friends to keep track of your adventures. Best of all, it's easy to use and free!
Accommodation = The peninsula
Transfers = Limousine bus
Activities to make the kids as happy as a kid at, er, well, Disneyland!
Tokyo changed my life.
To read more about Japanese Culture these are my two best blogs
If you are thinking of a family holiday to Tokyo, send me an email and I'm happy to answer any questions you may have.
I have to resist all temptation of doing it all over again too soon, but as they say 'if you're onto a good thing, stick to it'.