Hotel MyStays Yokohama
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... next port – Osaka. The Destinations Expert (as they call him) is a senior lecturer from James Cook University - Len Zell – who presented an interesting history of the area and what is recommended to be visited and seen.
Back to the cabin and our washing caught up with, dried and the ironing done – just in time for lunch. On this occasion we met a couple from Sutherland in Sydney – Jim and Carol – with whom we had a nice ...
... on the plane. After a pretty long nap, it was explore and dinner time, going into Yokohama center was wicked with everyone dressed up in Halloween gear and drinking it up in the Izakayas (Japanese Pubs). After having a few and buying some donuts it was time for bed and Tsukiji fish market bright and early the next day. I could tell i was gonna like Japan! ...
... back to Yokohama at midnight - KARAOKE!!! So it was that I hired a decent sized booth on my own and proceeded to murder artists ranging from Elton John to Lady Gaga, and the cast of Les Miserables. I was truly appalling, which I'm sure is not the case when I sing along to the radio alone in the car. Such was my belief that I could do better that I actually extended my misery by an hour, slightly to the surprise of the hostess, during which time ...
... of the thousands of trains that run on time to the very second, every few minutes every single day.
The highlight of Kaiya's week is her 5th birthday spent at Hello Kitty Land, aka Sanrio Puroland, an impressive theme park of Hello Kitty and all her character friends. The shows are professional off-Broadway musical quality, the rides and attractions are the height of cuteness and cheesiness and there is more to do and see than can fit in the day. We revel in ...
... info desk people ensured we have managed the long trip from Narita into the middle of Tokyo then finding our way onto the correct train for Nagano without incident.
The few blocks of Tokyo we saw around the station could have been Sydney in appearance. In keeping with a frequent experience 3 yrs ago we hit a Starbucks for morning tea, ...