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Travel Blogs from Yokosuka
... or diarrhea from that water!)
On our way out we stopped in the store. It's a farmer's market of the produce they grow there. Well, there are toys and souvenirs too. You know my kids!
This is a place we will go to again with Joe. I really wanted to do the Swan shaped paddle boats, but I need another pair of legs to help paddle the boat! The kids really want to spend time on the playground, so we will plan another trip.
... rooms. Wendy met us at the Hotel and took us to Yokohama. Unfortunately it was drizzling so not really stroll around weather but we were very impressed none the less. The Bay Area is stunning. Think Darling Harbour on steroids. Beautiful buildings with miles and miles of shopping, a giant illuminated Ferris Wheel and an old tall ship used for sail training. She took us to an American BBQ and Craft Beer restaurant called The Taproom. The owner is American and he shipped over a ...
... shifted with my left hand before. When I sit down in the car I want to reach up to my left shoulder for the sea tbelt, but it's up on the right side. I want to turn on the signals and hit the wipers instead. Just turning to park into a parking space is frustrating because I'm not used to this perspective from the right side. I'm sure in a few months I'll look back on this and laugh, but for now I feel very awkward and out of my comfort zone.
... I spotted Rudi's organic w/ flax seeds. I grabbed that b/c it was milk-free, but I knew the kids would hate the sight of the offensive little seeds.
We returned to the hotel room and found a note from Joe. He was out of the briefing and in the housing office looking at available houses. We went over there to check in with him then came back for lunch. After lunch we took Joe on the same bus ride and ended up next to the ...
... 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