Hotel Wing International Yokohama Kannai
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Family rooms
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... soldier`s sword collection, however, these were blown out of the water by the 8ft long bow and arrows on display that were used in combat.
To end our time at Ueno we embarked on what we expected to be a peaceful walk around the park and the shrine for Benten,the Goddess of Fortune. However, half way around we heard some loud grunting sounds emerging from behind the trees, which, upon closer inspection was a WWF match ...
... It was a lovely way to spend a hot afternoon with cones of deliciously cold gelati and a spot of people watching. Looking around the stores, virtually every leading brand name in fashion and cosmetics has a flagship store here. Then, we notice a lone monk dressed in robes, chanting a mantra as he makes his way slowly up the street, his traditional dress and presence seems so antithetical to the world of high end fashion. But then again maybe that's why he's here - ...
... the Imperial Palace with Debra (an Australian friend) and Judy. Ended the walk at a coffee house. Tuesday evening - went to the cinema in Roppongi with Tanya (my American friend) to see 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' - a wonderful feel good film! Wednesday - went to Debra's house in the morning for a photography lesson (trying to learn how to take photographs on manual!) Followed lesson with lunch at the American Club (with Judy) and in the ...
... speaking a bit of english asking me if I needed help. I told him the hostel name and he said follow me! leaving his shop behind to guide me through a bunch of alleyways right to my hostel! I couldn't believe how kind he was to walk out his own store just to guide this poor lost white guy.
After getting installed into my hostel, I met some guys from the US, Germany and Canada and we headed out for some drinks on the town. ...
... mall that we had to traverse to get to the cab stand. Thankfully, there were signs in English along the way, and we did not have to stop to ask directions. It was really busy as we arrived in Yokohama about 4:30 p.m. Once we got to the cab stand it was interesting to see their set-up. There was an exit from the mall especially for people wanting cabs which led to a five-lane covered road. The taxis were lined ...