New Grand Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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... wind that precluded me starting my walking on the ship. A lot of rain was being blown on the decks and they closed them for passenger access. Hopefully that will improve the further south we go.
The buffet (Horizon Court) was surprisingly light on for diners at 9am when we got there for breakfast. The usual fare provided but no Vegemite found so far. Princess will have to pick up its game.
A destination lecture held in the Princess Theatre ...
After 3 movies and lots of drinks I arrived into Tokyo with an excited grin on my face, i couldn't believe I was really here but so excited at the same time. Got through customs without a hitch and met up with dad to get on the crew bus into Yokohama. We arrived at the Royal Plaza Hotel and decided to go out for some breakfast beers with the ...
... which I'm sure have deeply profound meaning. In the evening it was time to catch up with an old school friend, Marc Smith, back in Shibuya. Despite an hour to do so, I could do no better than Hooters for a suggested rendez vous, but from there we did do better both with dinner and future bars including a decent whisky bar. I learnt a fair bit about Japan thanks to Smitty's time there, but was determined to see one experience for myself despite his ...
... seems to have three more hidden drawers for massive storage in tiny spaces. We are appalled at the individually wrapped fruit in the markets and the triple plastic packaging wrapped around everything you buy. We are still shocked by the inane fashion around Harajuku and how people sleep so soundly on busy trains, temple steps and cafe tables. We are still impressed by the attentive service everywhere, the extreme cleanliness of such a mad metropolis and the ...
Currently sitting on a Shinkansen (bullet train) whistling along from Tokyo to Nagano. Glimpses of Mt Fuji on the left and the snow capped central range growing ever closer on the right. We survived the flight ok, with Tilly wildly excited and loud when we boarded, and then crashed for at least 6 hrs sleep lying half on me. Andrew's research and ...