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A 3 Days Journey in Tokyo

Tokyo is an endless show of lights, movement, Asian culture which is worth visiting, even for a short period of time. For Europeans or Americans it may be rather far away but if you book your flight in advance, then you can get a very good deal, so your journey will be much cheaper from the start. For instant Delta Airlines is one of the airline companies, which has the lowest fares for destinations such as Tokyo. Quite encouraging, isn’t it? And when you add all the gorgeous sightseeings and new things you will experience in these three days, you’ll most surely won’t forget Tokyo!
The first day is also called an orientation day because you start feeling comfortable in the new town. Tokyo will welcome you warmly. You can choose to visit Tokyo Tower in your first day of stay, then go on a River Cruise in order to enjoy the landscape. Or, another possibility for visiting Tokyo in only 3 days is to go on a Panoramic Tokyo Day Tour, which is a little bit slower. On the second day, you can delight your senses with sushi or go to Tsukiji Fish Market, or choose to spend your time in Ginza shopping district. Here you can find unique souvenirs for you or for those remained at home. On the third and last day in Tokyo, after having grasped a little from the taste and life of this beautiful town, you should consider going to Ghibli Museum and choose one of the day tours around Tokyo. If you are in search of a spiritual trip, then the perfect choice for you is Great Buddha at Kamakura.
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Wave Pool Summerland – Madness in Tokyo

Japan is a very crowded country, so there is a very high possibility for people of almost same ages have the same interests, for instance Tokyo Summerland in Tokyo, a wave pool that led to a real madness among Japanese. A wave pool is something many of us want to try, but when it comes to Tokyo Summerland Wave pool, things change a little bit. Here there is no space around you, you find yourself in an ocean … of people! Not of water, as it is normal, but surrounded by many other persons enjoying the artificial waves produces in Tokyo Summerland Wave pool. Summerland pool is actually seen as no pool from above, but only as a piece of land. As funny as it may see, the video below presents the real madness and insanity to which Tokyo Summerland Wave Pool led!


Summerland Wave Pool Madness in Tokyo - Source lat34.com
Summerland Wave Pool Madness in Tokyo - Source lat34.com

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Most Expensive and Luxurious Hotel Rooms in the World

When booking a room in a hotel, travelers are interested in most cases in a quality stay, a nice room and a rich breakfast. But, there are also many other travelers, with extravagant tastes, that are seeking for something else, such as the morning paper, jacuzzi in their room, continental breakfast, in one word: luxury. Our specialists have drawn information about the most expensive and therefore, most luxurious hotel rooms in the world. Spa, sports clubs, presidential suites, Rolls Royce Cars at guests’disposal, floor-to-ceiling bay windows are all possible if your budget is “powerful” enough. New York City, Las Vegas, Tokyo, Bahamas, Paris are just a few destinations where travelers will enjoy comfort but everything in exchange for high room rates.
10. Ambassador’s Bure at Wakaya Club & Spa, Fiji – $4,900/ night
Fiji’s Wakaya Club & Spa is a beautiful hotel for those in search of a more idylic setting on an island. The hotel is situated on a secluded island, composed of only 10 waterfront bures (or cottages). You can swim in one of the private pools or why not, have private access to the Pacific Ocean.

Ambassador’s Bure at Wakaya Club & Spa, Fiji
Ambassador’s Bure at Wakaya Club & Spa, Fiji

9. Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt Vendôme, Paris – $19,000/ night
Your room is not smaller than 820 square feet, equiped with a spa bathroom (with a massage table, should you get the yen for an á la carte rub-down), as well as dining room, living room and even a work room. You can keep your valuables inside the safe in your hotel room.
Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt Vendôme, Paris
Imperial Suite at Park Hyatt Vendôme, Paris


8. The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab, Dubai – $22,900/ night
This suite is situated on the 25th floor of the Burj Al Arab hotel. A driver will take you with a Rolls Royce or BMW from the airport and lead you to the private elevator. Every room is a unique place to discover – full-size Hermes’ 24, Faubourg fragrances and even a rotating four-poster bed in the master bedroom.
The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab, Dubai
The Royal Suite at Burj Al Arab, Dubai

7. Bridge Suites, Royal Towers at Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas – $25,000/ night
The Royal Towers at Atlantis are 16 story high, on an 800-square-foot balcony. The chandelier in the dining room is 22-karat gold and if you feel like relaxing and playing the piano, you can do this in the living room at the grand playing instrument.
Bridge Suites, Royal Towers at Atlantis, Bahamas
Bridge Suites, Royal Towers at Atlantis, Bahamas

6. Presidential Suite at the Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo – $25,000/ night
Tokyo is considered the most expensive city and the Presidential Suite is situated in the Ritz-Carlton, the tallest building in the city. With these superlatives, travelers should know that, in exchange for 2,100,000 JPY, they will enjoy a breathtaking view of Mount Fuji and the huge bathrooms, the 40-inch flat-screen or the club services.
Presidential Suite at the Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Presidential Suite at the Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo


5. Royal Plaza Suite at the Plaza Hotel, New York City – $30,000/ night
New York is known to be a city that never sleeps, and indeed this is true. And expensive! However, not all hotel provide pricy accommodation. Among the top hotels it is the Plaza Hotel, which was insipired by Louis XV’s royal court. The kitchen is state-of-the-art, the dining room is designed yo seat 12, an impressive library and most of all, an outstanding view towards Central Park South and Fifth Avenue.
Royal Plaza Suite at the Plaza Hotel, New York City
Royal Plaza Suite at the Plaza Hotel, New York City

4. Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons, New York City – $40,000/ night
The Four Seasons welcomes its guests in one of the nine glass balconies suites, and floor-to-ceiling bay windows. Peter Marino and I.M. Pei were the designers who planned every detail from the 25-foot cathedral ceilings to the cut-glass chandeliers. Moreover, penthouse guests are also promised the use of a personal butler, personal trainer/therapist and personal chauffeur.
Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons, New York City
Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons, New York City

3. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Casino & Resort, Las Vegas – $30,000/ night
You will be accommodated in a suite like Kanye West, relax in the Playboy pool, without being accompanied by the good looking bunnies though, a sunbathing deck, pop-up plasma TVs and many, many other luxurious facilities.
Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Casino & Resort, Las Vegas
Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms Casino & Resort, Las Vegas

2. Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens – $45,000/ night
Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi means 4,500 square feet in size and overlooking the Aegean Sea, the Royal Villa drips with decadence. BVLGARI bath products, indoor and outdoor heated pools, personal trainer, spa treatments specialist, butler and limo driver are all working only for you. In addition, you can also fly to Athens, but under certain conditions.
Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens
Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens

1. Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, Geneva – $65,000/ night
Geneva is in the top of the most expensive and luxurious hotel rooms in the world and this is possible at the President Wilson Hotel. Here, guests will enjoy 18,083 square feet of luxurious accommodations overlooking sparkling Lake Geneva. Guests will use the best products in their bathrooms, such as Acqua di Parma.
Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, Geneva
Royal Penthouse Suite at the President Wilson Hotel, Geneva

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