Hotel MyStays Yokohama
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... often consisted of words like dummy or stupid. There are no consequences to the behavior and are simply told not to do it again. Wow! I believe with majors/minors last school year, I alone killed a small forest! Perhaps this respect is evident because of the feeling of community the Japanese have created. Yokohama is NOT a small town. In fact, I have never seen so many people in a train station in my life. I have been to New York, Chicago and LA, but nothing compares ...
... we were greeted by Grandma in her PJ’s ready to make us dinner before she went to sleep (silly Grandma). Today was the first day with just the two of us which was nice. A few more beers and some TV mark downloaded for us and then to bed.
April 17th, 2013
It was an early morning for everyone. Aya dropped us off at the fish market to do some exploring while she had a check-up at her doctors. We walked around ...
... of silk’ and had a huge range of Kimonos and costumes through the different eras in Japan and some from China too. Nomie claimed the camera and went a bit crazy (as always) snapping every part of the stunning painted and embellished Kimonos. It probably took us twice as long to walk round because of her over-enthusiasm! She sure likes her pretty dresses!
We walked back towards the sea and into the big red brick warehouses where they used to store the silk ...
... hire bikes. Off we go cycling for miles to cover all the remaining sectors of Tokyo City. More parks & green spaces, waterways, commercial & residential areas. Lunch by the river with food purchased at corner store, dinner in local restaurant behind Yurakucho railway station. Bikes returned and a good walk home through the Ginza by night. Day 3 jolly cyclone has upset the weather, windy & wet. So we are currently at Hotel enjoying another good breakfast contemplating ...
... one pictorial with many characters that even the natives don't know.
The Vampire Cafe is one of the many themed restaurants in Tokyo, with a creepy maitre-d' with red contact lenses and food shaped like coffins and skulls. There is a charge of course - on our bill it came up as “Charm tax”. After dinner Glichelle and I met up with Jen and their work friend Erin and went to an all-night arts festival in Roppongi, before capping off ...