Hotel Associa Shin-Yokohama
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... less concrete and more original-looking old buidings. From here, the Tokyo Skytree is visible. The Skytree is the tallest tower in the world. From what I understand, the view from the top is quite spectacular. However, tickets must be purchased in advance and with a Japanese credit card. I guess they don’t want tourists!
The highlight of Asakusa is the Senso-ji Temple. This is the most sacred temple in all of ...
We took the Hyatt Regency shuttle bus to take us to the hotel and checked into the hotel to our king room while Lorry and Geoff had a twin room. Seems their room only had two single beds rather than two queen beds so they had to change rooms.
Planned to meet at our room but L&G had been knocking on our door to meet with us but they had the wrong room! Ended up meeting them in the lobby and caught the bus back ...
... traditional Japanese robes called a yukata to change into. Inside the onsen they had designed a common area with restaurants, shops, and games in the Edo-style, Edo being the ancient name for Tokyo. There were separate bathing areas for men and women, but outside there was a joint area with a foot bath in a gardened area. We soaked our feet for a little while and then explored some more. Upstairs we found a huge common room with about thirty armchairs with personal TVs. ...
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We grabbed all the luggage again and headed toward the platform. We had to wait about 10 minutes to board the plane, and it was another 10 minutes before the train departed. While we were waiting, there was a clean-up crew going through the cars. They used only a cloth tape stretched across the door to indicate that the train was not ready for boarding. At the ...
... neighborhood for a while looking for a place to have dinner. We noticed a lot of people taking pictures in and around Shibuya station. It turns out, it was the last day a large part of the station would be open. It's being replaced, starting tomorrow. We eventually went to a Thai restaurant for dinner. We said goodnight and I caught a train back to my hotel.