Hotel Mets Kamakura Ofuna
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... on the superfresh sashimi – maguro, mirugai, kai, and some yummy unagi and roast. May gobbles up the pan and roast beef too. The girls are shy at first but quickly giggly as we enjoy a round of Jr. Snap it and an Arabesque/ nekko hunjata piano recital.
We all settle in for a good night's sleep in the old Haruko and Kendai bedrooms I remember fondly from 1984.
... to make an about-turn and return to our starting point to pick them up. This put us behind on our schedule but it wasn't too serious. Our first stop was in the Kanto area at the Tokyo Bay aqualine. This is the longest underwater tunnel in the world. It is 15 km or 9.3 miles long. From the 5th level one can get a 360 degree view of Tokyo Bay with Mt. Fuji in the distance. We drove through the tunnel and emerged in Yokohama, a major port ...
... maybe. It was very cold for all of us parents who were standing around outside. There were only enough seats inside for those who were creating. The choices were 1. A clay plate, glazed with fern details or 2. A small pot shaped like a sheep/ram since this is the year of the Ram. My kids chose to make the sheep pots which turned out very cute. The plates made by some other kids were very nice too. The instructor spoke amazing English and ...
... easy to get around Japan as on all the major routes things are written in English. The app will work out a route for you, tell you the platform numbers, the exact timings with various alternatives and show you which routs are free with the Japanese rail pass.
We ate that night in the Tokyo Grand, meeting quite a few fellow cruise goers, and enjoyed the meal because in Japan you can order a 'set' which comes as a few small attractive dishes that are quite fun to open and ...
... Our walk from the gardens to Akihabara took us down a street which appeared to be the street to come to for all your sporting needs, particularly golf and snow sports (the latter could've been influenced by the season). During our walk the drizzle had turned to persistent showers and we arrived in Akihabara cold and with wet jackets. During our walk we had decided to try to find a ramen restaurant at which to eat lunch. Akihabara is known for ...