Hotel MyStays Yokohama
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... was established in 1873 on lands formerly belonging to the temple of Kan'ei-ji. It is amongst the country's first public parks. The home of a number of major museums, Ueno Park is also celebrated in spring for its cherry blossoms and hanami.
After some negotiations between Luka, Mia,Ivan and I, we finished our day by going for a swim in our hotel's swimming pool before packing up bags to continue our journey.
... ourselves. OK the Japanese are a wee bit obsessed with their small dogs. They’d pretty much be sat up at the table have a coffee themselves. Some of them looked like rats, others more like dogs, but all disguised in their fancy clothes. One dog had leggings and a t-shirt for goodness sake! Anyway the coffee was delicious and we had great chats with Yukiko who Tim had not chatted to since he was about 7.
Koichi (Tim’s uncle) is the pastor of Oncho ...
... impressed as they poured our tea and fussed over our every need.
Runty was sent off scowling to the back, no doubt to polish the silver and sweep the fire places, in your place, Cinderfella.
When tea was finished we were asked to close our eyes and count to ten as a special surprise had been prepared.
After the countdown I opened my eyes to see my crepe-style cake with a web of filling-pulling caramel wedged in the ...
... luck. Anyway, Christine was going to try her luck again in the shops, this time in the Ginza department stores. She was eager not to leave Tokyo without a proper stash of shopping. Matsuya and Mitsukoshi department stores were just down the road so we headed into these for a final run through. But, there was nothing that could tempt her to part with her Yen ! Luckily, just as we were about to call it a day, our attention was ...
... buyers remorse. I got a burger which was about the smallest burger I've ever had. It was like a bacon hamburger, only a lot smaller. Wasn't cheap either. Veronica had some kind of pasta which tasted almost as good as one of the microwave pasta and sauce packets you can get for a dollar at your local supermarket. Almost as good.
First kitchen, last time. On a positive note though we did find a Belgian waffle place ...