Weekly Mansion Chateau Blanc

1-17 Yonegahamadori, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 238-0011, Japan | Condo
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This condo, located on 1-17 Yonegahamadori, Yokosuka, is near Hakkeijima Sea Paradise, Umi-no-Koen, Shomyo-ji Temple, and Kanagawa Prefectural Kanazawa Bunko Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Yokosuka

Dorm Life

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 11, 2013

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... least 3 weeks. (rumor has it that they will begin renovating a lot of the 1st floor to make more suites) The husband in this family is a co-worker of Joe's and they have 2 girls. The oldest is the same age as Raelyn and the younger one is a year older than Daniel. The Saturday after our orientation is when these 4 started "hanging out". First they went across the hall to play in their living room, then all 4 came here to watch a ...

Japanese is the New Southern

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 20, 2013

1 comment

... and builder.
When she put the water on to boil she asked if I'd like to come and see how to make these noodles. We were making traditional Japanese dark noodles and white noodles. (She even read the ingredients to me.) She also made eggplant and yellow zucchini and a broth type soup. It was very much like Southern Hospitality, her inviting me into her kitchen to help. I was thrilled ...

Tokyo: Where Compasses Go to Die

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Apr 14, 2013

3 comments, 36 photos

... every small dog I saw in a baby stroller or purse, or dressed in a sweater. The park was jam packed with people picnicking on sushi and cashing in on the lack of open container laws. I'd never seen anything like it - I cannot explain the joy and amusement I could hear. Each group was playing a game - catch, soccer, badminton, drum circle, Jenga, a riotous jump rope sesh. Everyone likes their parks, but this was almost unsettling, a Stepford Park.

Culture Shock

A travel blog entry by jinx44 on Sep 14, 2012

2 comments, 38 photos

... business, corner, side street, alleyway, train station, bus stop… you get the point. The need for a coin pouch became clear almost immediately, as the small currency in Japan is all coins (1-500 yen or 1 cent though 5 dollars US). We also went to the Tokyo Skytree, the largest tower in the world, standing well over 600 meters. We paid just over $20 each to get to the viewing area, which was ridiculously high above the rest of the Tokyo skyline. It was amazing to ...

Here's To a Finished Chapter!!

A travel blog entry by jenna. on Aug 16, 2012

... so much in my whole entire life, and after seeing how much I’ve grown I know I can literally do anything. If I can climb to the top of Mnt. Fuji and slide down 40 foot waterfalls, I know I can accomplish anything I want to.

This summer has opened my eyes to so much. Living on a navy base has given me a new found appreciation for my country, and those who serve it. It has been a gratifying ...