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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... mine. Not an issue my friends since I am a selfie master and can show you almost immediately that the phone is indeed mine. Much laughter followed, as I did not look like I was holding up too well in the latest selfie, but good had prevailed and the world was good. Happily for our Monday well being, the forced return to Sunday's beerfest did not prompt any significant drinking and a relatively sensible afternoon and evening followed...
... daily. On my last day in Tokyo, my luck finally ran out. It clouded over and patchy misty rains fell throughout the day. No bad thing, except this was the day I scheduled to visit the Tokyo Skytree.
At 634m, Tokyo Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan. Opening in May 2012, it has rapidly become city’s number one tourist attraction with over 100,000 visitors a day. Coming here was a must for me, unfortunately upon reaching the ...
... Actually I think that is what it's called! They are very fond of little musical tunes for everything, some crossings have bird noises,its quite common to hear a cuckoo!
On Saturday we were pleased to see many ladies and girls walking around in kimonos,we thought that perhaps this was quite usual on Saturday but we later got talking to a lady and she explained that it was infact a special day for ladies and they were invited to dress up and this ...
Early start for us today. We were out by 9 and heading to the Tokyo metropolitan building to check out the view from the 45th floor. View across Tokyo was amazing but not quite clear enough to see Mt Fuji. Some very tall buildings around the area of Shinjuku but the kids decided they didn't want to go for a walk back to the main subway but rather catch the local train back. Funnily enough I'm sure it involves more walking and effort sometimes but wasn't ...
... or credit card. I told her we could do either, and she definitely wanted us to pay with cash. I am not sure if the ticket machines took plastic. She asked all the right questions: Did we want the next train? Did we want 1st or 2nd class? Where did we want to sit? The tickets are for specific seats so I picked some from the graphic seat map, not knowing what might be best. She said they were fine. Then she told me ...