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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... she had kept trying to get Will to give her a hug, but he would run away laughing. Earlier as he warmed up he ran around her in circles and gave her high touches (high fives). We both laughed, said hello then we took some photos with her. I can't believe that we ran into her in Japan's second largest city nor that she came over to say hello. By then the sun was sinking and it had begun to drizzle. We decided to call it a day, bidding goodbye to "China" and headed back to ...
... by it. My professor and his wife were sitting to my left and his wife whispered to him, “Did you see the mountain when it first appeared?” He responds a little louder with, “No, I was looking at something more beautiful.” The whole car heard him say that and of course went, “Awwww!” He then says, “49 years, folks.” I, being the hopeless romantic that I am, found that to be the most charming thing. Alright, side note over. ...
... are suffering through at that moment.
Our heads successfully filled with the wonders that one finds around Shibuya Crossing, we felt our bellies rumble. In my previous days in Shinjuku, I had stumbled across a network of alleys filled with tiny eateries. I decided this needed to be experienced by friends, so we headed towards the Shinjuku station area. I knew it was around there, roughly knew where, and was confident I could find it again.
My confidence was ...
DAY 59 ….. March 4th ….. Tokyo, Japan
DAY 60 ….. March 5th ….. Tokyo, Japan
DAY 61 ..... March 6th ...... Tokyo, Japan
We spent three every enjoyable days in the Tokyo area although it was cold.
We got up early, found our way to the local JR Train Station and negotiated our way to downtown Tokyo with a minimum of problems, although we did get onto to the wrong part ...
... sup> 1945, I could see that some Americans might say that the explanation of the history of why the decision was made to drop the bomb was biased. At the time of the bombing Germany had already surrendered, Japan was getting weaker, no warning of the bomb was given, and the USS had just joined the war as well against Japan, so it does appear that it was possible WWII may have ended without the use of two nuclear bombs. I personally don't think their account was biased, ...