Travel Blogs from Yokosuka
... of the most emotional and heart warming days of my life. I'm trying my best to focus on the NOW and make the best out of the next week and a half.
On a much brighter note, I'm really looking forward to having some quality time with my family and best friends when I come home. It's so close I can see the end. I'm really really blessed to have amazing people to come home to at the end of an adventurous and eye opening summer. :)
... reason most of the women are a size 000 !!! The restaurant was also a welcome venue for smokers (SHOCK , HORROR) and the boys in front lit up even as food was served (how quickly we have become used to smoke free zones in Australia). We enjoyed every morsel of our food but the next hour proved somewhat entertaining. As we began our meals two young men entered the restaurant and began talking to the lady (owner) and milling around a couple of tables. At a pinch we thought ...
... later that Joe had prayed to win the euro-lottery to allow us to ship Monti (our dog) out to join us :) ). Upon discovering one of the rocks was a shrine for shrimp, Jed had a little pray there as well - they are one of his favorite foods!
All three boys were particularly keen on our next stop - The Sony Building. This is crammed full of all the latest Sony gadgets and the 3D showcases were very impressive. Joe and Jed got the chance to play ...
... The modern version of the Ironmonger! It was full of young trendy/freaky Japs being a Saturday morning all out hunting for that rare manga comic, video or whatever.
This area has also become famous for the Maid cafés where you are attended to by a young maid/slave who apparently panders to your every wish (within reason I presume..). This didn´t seem like a very family thing to do, so we didn´t partake but the young girls in the street ...
... being cleaned so they let us go up. We are pleased with this hotel as it is in a great location, was reasonable priced for Tokyo, is really clean and the room is not too terribly small (by Japan standards). After putting down our things and gathering our thoughts, we decided to head up to Akasukara, of Electric City. This is where all of the electronic stores are grouped together and is apparently a hang out for Tokyo's ...
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Other places to stay in Yokosuka
3-27, Hon-cho, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa , Yokosuka | Hotelfrom $79
2 Hashirimizu, Yokosuka | Hotelfrom $142
2-8 Wakamatsucho, Yokosuka | 4 star hotelfrom $79
2-7 Shioiricho, Yokosuka | 3 star hotelfrom $79
3-27 Honcho, Yokosuka | 3 star hotelfrom $87