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... park called Le Soleil. This is a farm park of sorts with flower gardens, veggie gardens, animals to pet, horses to ride and many other things. It was kind of like a carnival in the way you pay at each station. The first thing my kids wanted to do was ride the go-carts. At 610yen ($6.10) per ride, it quickly added up. I had to ride with each kid and they wanted to go twice. Daniel wasn't big enough to drive so he was my passenger. These go ...
... to see. Ben took us to an Izikaya Restaurant which is like a melting pot of many different types of Japanese food styles plus beer. We had, amongst other stuff, BBQ chicken bum on a stick, chicken liver on a stick, chicken heart on a stick and the old classic chicken skin on a stick. As terrible as all that sounds it was delicious, all washed down with a few icy cold Kirin's.
After eating we took a bit of a walk around Shibuya with Ban acting ...
... During this brief they talked a lot about drinking and driving, we watched some pretty crazy videos about that and Jay-walking. Those are the two main problems on base.
After looking through the handbook for the last few days and then sitting through this class I was getting really nervous about taking my driver's test, hoping I'd pass, and even if I did, did I really want to drive here? In the states, or in our neck of the woods ...
... Ok, I'd have to bring kids clothes 3 floors up? (snort-laugh)
On our way out, we looked in the "kids'" rooms again. Both are corner rooms with 2 windows. The first room faces the parking lot, the other faces a creepy alley with discarded bicycles. Anyone who knows Joe, knows how safety-minded he is. This just wouldn't work.
On we went to look at the two different 3 bedrooms. I found it ...
... that they vomit and urinate right in the streets. Additionally, Koreans dig in their nose and butts, and cough up phlegm and spit anywhere. And when I say anywhere, I mean anywhere! I've seen it even in elevators. The whole time I've been in Japan, it has been refreshing to not see or hear any of this. 3. Japan is much more laid back. It's not uncommon to walk right into a jazz festival or some kids break dancing in the courtyard. Everything is laid back and much ...
Other places to stay in Yokosuka
3-27, Hon-cho, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa , Yokosuka | Hotelfrom $79
2 Hashirimizu, Yokosuka | Hotelfrom $194
2-8 Wakamatsucho, Yokosuka | 4 star hotelfrom $73
1-12 Honcho, Yokosuka | Hotelfrom $60
2-7 Shioiricho, Yokosuka | 3 star hotelfrom $78
7-2 Hikarinoka, Yokosuka | Hotelfrom $53
2-7 Yonegahamadori, Yokosuka | Hotelfrom $48
3-27 Honcho, Yokosuka | 3 star hotelfrom $84