Heiwa Plaza Hotel
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... me tell you about this McDonald’s. First of all, you walk in and there is a sink to wash your hands. I ordered my food. I got a burger off the ¥100 menu and a chicken nugget combo. First impressions: Coca-Cola tastes the same everywhere you go. The burger was bigger than the bun and it tasted like it was made to order. The French fries were very salty. For as much as Americans salt things, these fries were the epitome of salt. Finally the chicken nuggets. Oh. My. ...
A great start to the day as we were welcomed to Yokohama by a group of very enthusiastic young drummers. Conveniently they played right outside our cabin so we were able to watch from our balcony and did not have to brave the rather cold and drizzly weather. Then off to Tokyo on our organised tour. Yokohama and Tokyo form one vast urban sprawl with heavy industry on the outskirts. Part of it looks just like Middlesborough with chemical factories and steel ...
... coffee shop, we had to settle for Starbucks, Luckily, I don't drink coffee so I can't tell how bad it is there, I had an iced chocolate instead. Shigeki then helped us buy our tickets for the Narita Express tomorrow evening. At first he said that there was no Narita Express arriving at 6pm. The earliest that it would arrive was 7.18pm and we would have to catch a bus. How can that possibly be?? It turned out that Shigeki had told the reservation guy that we were ...
... I had started on yesterday’s flight prior the diversion.
A sushi cart came through offering shrimp, eel, and a California roll as well as sake. I’m not a sushi fan but decided to try each piece because, after all, how many chances do you get to have sushi while flying on a Boeing 787 en route to Japan?
My main course today was Tenderloin of Beef: “Asiago broth, brown butter gnocchi, and green asparagus.” ...
... Starbucks, did a little posting and blogging, and then went to pick Jean up so that we could go out to celebrate the New Year with the rest of Japan. We ate some Western food, pizza, that you might have heard of. It was absolutely delicious. I had been missing American food. Then we headed down to Shibuya, an area of Tokyo suggested by our new friend Yasushi (pronounced ya-SYOO-SHI) who we met while out on the town the other night. Shibuya was crazy! It had ...