InterContinental Yokohama Grand
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... which was equal to a little more than $50.00 each, and asked for the money. I gave her 12,000 of the yen that I had purchased at the bank before leaving home, and she bought the tickets for the Narita Express, the quickest way to get to Yokohama, and gave me back the change. I asked her to explain the tickets to us so we would know which platform, which train, which car, and which seats to find. She explained ...
... our jig on" and went for a nice little walk around the gardens and the park surrounding it. When wed (still no apostrophe key) just about overdosed on our daily allowance of trees (which is apparently never for El, she bloody loves a good tree), we went to Shibuya, which felt properly like I imagined Tokyo to, with all the tall buildings and whatnot. We had a little explore and then the real adventure started when we set out to find authentic Japanese noodles; we ended up buying ...
... that is when the majority of the young people dress up and spend the day in Harajuku socializing. The main street of Harajuku was still pretty cool though. It was lined with stores selling the crazy outfits. To me it looked like a street selling a whole bunch of Halloween costumes. The Internet cafes were crazy. They had booths with computers you could rent out for the night for a cheap place to stay with little beds and everything. They also ...
... t want to go into the future? Even Michael J Fox would have been less likely to disrupt the space time continuum had he traveled into the future and not the past. Not to mention the third installment of Back to the Future (where they traveled to 1885) was the weakest one. The future is shiny and new like chrome and smells like baby powder. And ...
... my mind that horses could make it up those steep steps. Still walking over to the shrine I almost got ran over by a bike, ahhaha showing my American colors by getting in the way all the time. By the time we got to Yasukuni, there was not much time for us to look around since it would be closing soon. Apparently the shrine was built to honor all of the men and animals that fought to defend Imperial Japan. Over 2,440,000 people/animals ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility