Hotel Wing International Yokohama Kannai
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... home. More of a getting stuff done day than a tourist day. We left the hotel to find ourselves a late lunch. Our local train station seems to be quite a large one so we decided that it might be quite a good place to look for some food. We found a burger place, we had a cheeseburger and chips and a chiliburger and poutine, it was very good and very cheap so we were very happy! After lunch we headed over to the post office which was conveniently around the corner from our ...
... towel? He nods and smiles...ugh. So I just sigh, toss the big towel into the locker, grab that dinky towel that can barely cover my face and walk off into this huge room with roughly half a dozen different baths to sit in, both indoors and outdoors and try to ...look natural as though I've done this hundreds of time already. The baths felt amazing, especially the outdoor one. After soaking in just about all of them, I didn't get into the smaller bath with like ...
... were also greeted with a cold beer and chocolates. The hospitality of this guy is worth staying here on that basis alone.
When walking into Guest House Kanalian, it is nothing like I've ever seen. This would probably have something to do with the fact that Australian Hotels and to the lesser extent, budget motels are either swanky or what would appear to be dodgy crime scenes. They are either all modern or all have the furniture that would ...
... lets say) randomly wandering up and down the Main Street. The shops along the street seem to sell all sorts of fashion accessories, novelty items and things that I had no clue existed or could have an audience enough to warrant a store in a prime location such as the Main Street of Harajuku. Then comes a barrage of European and American brands which have their regular clientele and you might guess the number of schoolgirls has thinned.
We then hop on to the subway ...
... the girls. The golden Gai is a lot like '**** alley' but for bars. All of the bars are tiny! So cute BUT a sit down fee is often charged! The first bar we went in we didn't realise and a fee of 800 yen per person was charged, that's before any drinks etc. thats almost 7 quid! And it's not like you are in a club or anything! As the drinks were really expensive the girls saw our surprise and we split our drinks so we only had to split the sit down fee. Luckily the owner saw us do ...