Hotel Associa Shin-Yokohama
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... The rest of this room is set up like a movie set. Chicago has been destroyed in a battle between the Autobots and Decepticons. The city has been reduced to rubble, but Bumblebee stands tall with the American flag! And Optimus is standing tall and speaking to us, yet we have no idea what he's saying because he's speaking in Japanese. This set is very detailed and intricate, something like a model of a movie set.
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Sorry I`m behind in the blogs, but we need to pay to use the internet at our new hotel, and we`ve been so busy that I am only able to get down to use the computer in the late evening. So our first day in Tokyo. We left our hotel in Hiroshima and got in the Shinkansen leaving for Osaka at 9:50am. Since we have the JR passes we bought in Canada, we can`t use the really fast train which is the only one ...
... him. Strange the random places you meet people.
Laura and Ash went to a cat cafe this arvo. I asked if they could cook mine crispy but apparently it is not that kind of cafe. You pay $10 and go and play with the cats for 1/2hr. Beats me why but they had a great time.
We all went out for a last dinner in Japan and we went to a 'traditional japanese' place. They dont speak english but the food was OK.
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... JonathanÃƒÂ¢€™s (comparable to Friendly's). One thing I really liked was that there were buttons on each table to call the waiter over when you were ready to order. When I finally pushed the button (I am the most indecisive person when it comes to ordering food!) the waiter came right over and I ordered a strawberry ice cream sundae. It was a great sundae filled with strawberry ice cream, crunchy cereal pieces, lychee (a ...
... t get any further so had to go all the way back again. By the time we had taken photos ( bloody clouds got in the way too) the ice cave that we really wanted to go in was closed. Not to worry we just took the 3 hours of train back again. We made a stop at Shinjuku the business district and went to the observatory at the top of the government building. The city at night is so pretty and all the buildings have red lights on top that flash on and ...