Comfort Hotel Yokohama Kannai
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Saturday 6 Sep 15 - Very smooth 30 minute ride on a local train from Tokyo to Yokohama. Not really designed for tourist travel as there are no baggage racks installed but comfortable just the same.
A bit of a search but the Yokohama Sheraton and Towers was found - but told to come back at 3pm when the room would be ready. Took a gallop around the attached shopping centres and took refuge in airconditioning over lunch. A look at the harbour area and ...
... br> After the cable car ride, we were at the lake that was in the mountain area. We then boarded what they called a “pirate ship” that took us across the lake. It was a bit chilly on the ride and a lot of people were not used to that cold and preferred to stay inside the ship. I stayed up on deck though because I enjoyed watching the shoreline as it passed by and the cold didn’t really bother me. Once to the other side of the lake, there was a little town ...
... misplaced. We walked around for what felt like an hour. I was constantly assuring my friends that this was worth the wait, that once they saw this they would know why I wanted to show them here, and that all their time walking around with an empty stomach wouldn’t be ill spent.
Once I saw its entrance I immediately recognised it, and we rushed in. Luckily Amy and Reena immediately saw why I wanted to show them this area, as was apparent through their ...
... train (luxury seats and amenities) and with a lot of hand gestures we were told 'where to go' ... back into 'cattle class'.
One and half hours later we were in the center of Tokyo and finding our way to the Imperial Palace. It is a area like Central Park right in the middle of the city with moats and battlements and the Palace itself.
From there we had mapped out a plan to visit the highlights of Tokyo using the ...
... it just told the facts, but it was hard to read this part of the displays and not want to feel that way. The museum did not in any way try to make Japan out as a victim either. They explained the horrible way Japan was conquering over other countries and harming its own people at the same time. They also showed the rebuilding process and the many things the US and Japan have done to learn about the effects nuclear bombs have on people and our environment. After ...