Travel Blogs from Yokosuka
It's really beginning to hit me that my time is quickly coming to an end here in Japan. It's such a conflicting emotion. This summer has taught me more than I could have ever imagined, and I'm beyond impressed with my accomplishments these past three months. Next week will be my last week of my first summer as a Camp Adventure day camp counselor. I think my kids are becoming aware that the end is near too..as a few of the girls I've become really close to ...
... maybe we could be diverted to Daegu to land to save me the extra journey home. Unfortunately, when I asked the stewardess if this was possible she said the flight plan was Narita<>Busan and this was the only route they could fly in either direction, so no return to Osaka to wait out the storm.
After 20 minutes the pilot announced we were returning to Narita and that other flights had also abandoned their approach. There was no explanation what ...
... called the Rigoletto Bar and Grill. It was a hopping place for lunch, but the wait for about 15 minutes was worth it in order to enjoy some good drinks and food.
Akihabara: Akihabara, also know as Electric Town, is less than five minutes by rail from Tokyo Station. It is a major shopping area for electronic, computer, anime and new and used goods along the main street, Chuodori. We had decided to wonder through this area at night because we heard it for ...
... it's very reasonable. One case of about 20kg costs about £10 to transport.
The Hotel Villa Fontaine was very nice, and the rooms surprisingly big. In fact we could have just fitted in one room, rather than the 2 that had been booked.
Our schedule included a 1 day guided tour in both Tokyo and Kyoto, so next day we joined our guide Junko and headed off to the fish market, which was a short walk away from the hotel. Here the ...
... Hund wartet trotzdem.) Polizeistation auf die Burschen gewartet. Zuerst ist nur einer aufgetaucht und hat ´gemeint Riki-kun ist spät dran - wie immer ^__^ naja auch egal. Wir sind dann in ein echt super-schönes und riesiges (ja für unsere Verhältnisse riesig - also für japanische Gigantisch) Restaurant runter gefahren im Aufzug. Sieht sehr cool aus weil es auf alt getrimmt ist und man die Schuhe ausziehen muss (hurra keine hello kitty socken ...
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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