Kamakura Prince Hotel
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Today was my last day with Dad and we decided to go out of town to Kamakura on the coast to see the famous Big Buddha and temples in the ancient capital of Japan. After a more reasonable start to the day than yesterday going to the fish market we grabbed some breakfast and headed to Yokohama station to get the JR train to Kamakura. Getting of the train in Kamakura was strange as I had yet to see any other part of japan than the city. Rural life looked a lot ...
Today the group went to the ancient city of Kamakura to see the big Buddha, see the commercialism at shrines and to tour Kamakura. We saw the Buddha, played on the beach and then toured a park on Enoshima island outside of Kamakura. What a beautiful place!!! Too bad that the day was interrupted by a hailstorm and a hard driving thunderstorm. The ocean was crazy rough and their were surfers everywhere! To see Japanese ...
... she is even better up close. The flowers are starting to bloom sparsely but they are at least there. I walked around her and found you can actually go in and there is a shrine inside
After spending over an hour there, I made my way back to the train and then on to Tokyo Station and then on a bus back to Narita.
My feet are very mad at me and I am about to collapse, but it was a good day!
... in the nearby hip Ginza section of town. The location was indeed fun with lots of little restaurants, boutiques, and bars. Nearby was also the Maximillianstrasse of Tokyo, with gratuitous Bulgari, Prada, Hermes, etc stores. It was a fun mix and Johannes had chosen well.
We ate at a small Vietnamese place that served up tasty tapas in a fun atmosphere. It felt good to be in Tokyo and we had quite a sense of accomplishment.
... up who must have been driving past.
We got back to our Guest House and set up our beds. Our beds were basically mats and a small thin roll out mattress on the floor with a pillow and blanket. This was the real Japanese experience and within minutes I was asleep. I think I passed out at about 8:30PM before most of the other men had made it back to the Guest House. It was much more comfy than I had originally predicted. Another great sleep in a traditional style Japanese Guest ...