Best Western Yokohama
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... some ships we have had to wait while the staff finish the cleaning from the off going passengers. Lunch is always on as soon as you board so we were able to avoid starvation yet again.
Our large cases were delivered in good time and that allowed us to completely unpack and get organised through the afternoon before the inevitable Safety Drill at our lifeboat stations – a requirement before every sailing. The lifejackets are so fetching and ...
... remind myself that I was in Japan. I felt so comfortable walking around on the streets; more so than I do in New York. I guess I had a vision of what Japan looked like in my head and when it didn’t fit that, it didn’t feel like Japan. The signs were in Japanese and English so that made it feel more like America. The style of buildings and city set up were similar to America. They have trees and sidewalks and birds. None the less, several distinct things made ...
... This presented something of a chicken and egg situation given that I needed the internet in order to procure accommodation. I did not help matters by hopping off the train at the first place which showed promise, in that it had a number of hoardings for hotels and bars. It proved to be less than promising once on the ground until, hallelujah, I saw a sign for internet access. I headed for the third floor, as directed, only to find I was in basically ...
... train after train.
Brad is equally enamored with this place he has missed so much. He can't get enough of the food and the language, grazing on traditional foods and treats all day long and rarely looking up from the Japanese language app on his phone as he translates and studies every sign.
I, on the other hand, forgot how grey, dreary and painfully conservative it feels here. Walking around most areas, we are surrounded by aesthetically depressing ...
Another really cold day, but up early for a brisk walk to Narita-san, the local temple area. This is a real find and a beautifully maintained facility. It dates back to 940 A.D., and then a stroll through old Narita. This is another find with its narrow streets and great old style shops ... it is like stepping back into old world Japan and just outside the 'big' city. The photos tell the 'story' better than any words.