Best Western Yokohama
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It is a lot easier to navigate the train station maze when you have a bit more of an idea where you are heading. It also helps that the bullet train is signposted for miles around. Today sadly will be our last day with our rail pass and this will be our final bullet train journey. We reserved seats and luckily had three seats between us. As always …
... budget. I had a full meal (salmon with tomato cream sauce, potato, vegetable, salad bar, acerala fruit juice, and cinammon roll) for less than 1200 yen ($12 US). At the salad bar, skip the shredded cabbage you see all too often in the prepackaged salads from the combini (convenience stores), and stick to the tomatoes and broccoli. Next stop was La La Port Tokyo Bay, an enormous shopping mall. I don't think I've ever been there ...
... as the border. Spiders and webs also seemed a prevalent theme, and I was glad to see a definitive downward trend in the number of "whimsical" (read: I don't want to diss the artists nor the time and effort spent on these quilts, but they're kind of tacky, and not at all my cup of tea) quilts on display.
The actual theme category this year was the Moomins, which are quite popular in Japan. Artists had realised Tove ...
... ship to explore Yokohama. We went through customs, which was surprisingly much easier than I thought…they were quicker than Hawaii! I got my Japan Visa!! So cool! My passport is going to be filled in no time! Emily, Conal, and Julianne all had field labs with their classes so Colby, Rob, Jeremy and I all ventured in Yokohama for the day! We had no plans but to get to the Ferris Wheel (Cosmic Clock) you could see the ...
... higher marks to be honest. I still speak too fast apparently so need to work on that bad boy.
After a few more instructions and demos by Cedric we were told to prepare a presentation for tomorrow morning lasting about 20 minutes. Currently as I'm typing all of Tokyo's buildings are flashing red lights and there's sirens going off and some voice being played on speaker phone - ...