Apa Hotel Yokohama-kannai
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- Smoking rooms available
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... and had been carrying around in our backpack.
While researching things to do in Yokohama, we found that it is home to the Kirin Beer factory (also advertised as the Kirin Beer Village). We decided to head over, and see if we could catch one of the free tours we had read about. Again, we were given the impression that we had arrived just barely in the nick of time for the last tour of the day. We were assigned groups, as designated by the 'Kirin Beer Village' ...
... the event, many complete with German outfits. We followed suit, holding nothing back and were soon swaying and clinking steins with the masses as an eccentric, ageing, German band performed on a raised platform in the main marquee. As the night progressed we seemingly became minor celebrities and girls would stop us for pictures with them. One can only imagine the life of a Premier League team or boy band out here touring in ...
I wake up in a small room, staring at the ceiling, already sweaty due to the fact that I'm sharing a room with Amy and Reena but also because the sun is already on our side of the apartment on the ninth floor, letting us know of its existence and potency by shining on the walls. I say walls but there are only windows, full length ones, so that would explain the sudden heat wave and why I’ve woken up before any alarm has gone after sleeping but a few short hours.
... absolute ballet of the absurd, but the hotel is great, the view is good and our location is perfect. I would stay here again.
So we do our dance again this morning and then head to the Edo-Tokyo Museum which essentially gives visitors the history of Tokyo from the first Shogun (the guy' whose Shrine we visited yesterday) of a unified Japan (early 17th century) until just after WWII. It's a gigantic place because it houses ...
... of rooms where he wrote the Little Price and other works