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... Andy did some blogging and Kayley has become quite addicted the Harry Potter audio books.
We got off the train at Shin-Yokohama and changed for the JR line. Like Shin-Osaka, Shin-Yokohama is a little outside of town. We did have to change for the airport express line to get towards our hotel. As the instructions suggest to the get the airport express line we assumed that it meant towards the airport, it did not….. we noticed after the first stop that we were ...
... self-correct, as he (Greenspan) had assumed it would" Summary: ran yesterday, 1:07:55, 12.83km. New country, bottom shower, smiling passport controller techno overload yay! Reading: Nick Hornby (unlike Bruce, has no Range), Juliet, Naked "Oh well. You win some and you lose some." "And this one was a loser?" Yes, Annie wanted to say. That's what the expression means, you dimwit. Nobody comes down from the Olympic rostrum with a gold medal around their neck and says "you win some, you lose ...
THE EXPLORATION TO FIND OUR GUEST HOUSE:
After arriving in Yokohama. It was time to get ourselves some grub. Plane food can only do so much to provide the energy and sustenance that is needed to explore a vast city such as Yokohama. We stopped in at our first joined and dined on French Toast Breakfasts and an Open Burger (My First) and Wired Cafe was our first taste of what Japan had to offer.
It was time to get into gear and find our first ...
... store was replaced by a similar shop called Antica - quite a lot of interesting things to browse. We had lunch at L'atelier de Robuchon. Didn't book but managed to get bar seating as we got there before 12pm. I was as impressed as the first time I came at the dramatic decor - bright red and dark wood accentuated by the lights. This restaurant is doing well as it fills up quickly. Very reasonable lunch ...
... I would want to live in Nikko the most. The Japanese language would make it close to impossible, but the fact that you could walk from one side of town to the other was extremely refreshing after Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Tokyo. This first day in Nikko I took a bus an hour into the mountains, and walked between three different waterfalls, two lakes, one hot spring, and a whole lot of snow. I ...