Hotel Jal City Kannai Yokohama
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Travel Blogs from Yokohama
... the tape was released, and we got on board to find our seats. We purchased 1st class tickets which were only a few dollars more than 2nd class and were rewarded with a nearly empty car. There was only one other person in it for the entire trip to Yokohama, and he got off a couple of stops before we did.
There was a place for luggage at the end of the car by the exit where we left most everything. ...
... sweets, choc-ices, chocolates, yakults (good bacteria for our tummies...), cashew nuts, almonds, beef jerkey and beer. Much appreciated!
Today El and I went to Harajuku to look round a temple in another pretty park, and some really posh streets. So there we were, filling our eyeballs with culture, when out springs some happy little Japanese man. He liked our "blonde hair and white skin"- but neither of us have blonde hair, so that was awkward. Then he ended up taking like, ...
... was served on a conveyor belt and you just picked out whatever you wanted. It was pretty cool. The people we had dinner with were staying at a capsule hotel, which was really weird. There were rows and rows of little holes in the wall that would sleep one person. That night we took the train back to Yokohama to sleep on the ship. It sucked because we missed the last express train for the night so we had to take the subway, which took forever ...
... of a Harajuku girl. Regardless, we were clearly out-of place. The shops themselves cater to the teenage crowd.
We turned the order and made our way to Omotsesando Dori. While this street was also fairly crowded, the stores found along this street definitely reflect my "conservative style": Louis Vutton, Chanel, Burberry...(just kidding). As we strolled up and down this street, crowds of people were sitting along the sides of the roads. ...
What We Did Today
We were greeted in Tokyo by 2 degree temperatures and blizzard like snow. After Phil disposed of her illegally imported fruit prior to customs and we had had our finger prints taken and eye balls scanned; we only had 2 hours to navigate our way to our hostel in the Asakusa area.
Luckily we ended up on a faster train than expected and arrived in central Tokyo with half an hour left to get to our hostel as the reception was closing ...
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