Hotel MyStays Yokohama

Address: 4-81 Sueyoshicho, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0055, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Gu area of Yokohama, is near Nogeyama Zoo, Yokohama Stadium, Kanagawa Prefectural Museum, and Yokohama Port Opening Hall.
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      A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 03, 2014


      ... be accessible by elevator or escalator, which caused some difficulty the day before, when I was carrying too much luggage. I also told them that I'd been treated well at the information booth at one of the station's many shopping malls, where they directed me to the Muji and Uniqlo stores at a nearby mall. And that the Japan Rail staff worked quickly, so the long line moved quickly when I picked up my train tickets.

      It's 10 ...


      A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Nov 14, 2013

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      ... free. Great animals, came face to face with some red pandas. Even closer with the chimpanzees at feeding time where the male didn't know whether he wanted sex or food more. He had a bit of both. Do chimps eat yoghurt from a spoon in the wild too? I assume so. The baby chimp was really cute. It was sad to see the tiger and black bears though, they were in so so small cages, pacing back and forth. But the rest of the zoo was good, I must have spent half an hour watching the ...

      Touring Tokyo, Finding Fuji

      A travel blog entry by pugetview on Aug 30, 2013

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      ... and Japan is a country of aging citizens) are riding bicycles on the sidewalk or walking, even in the heart of Tokyo, making it feel, to us, friendly and easy-going.

      Another change from forty years ago is the physical size of Japanese people. I remember being able to see two blocks ahead on a crowded sidewalk because I was so much taller than everyone else. But today's young Japanese are taller and huskier than their ...

      Day 3 Meiji Shrine

      A travel blog entry by ardychan on Mar 29, 2013

      Since we didn't see much on the first day, we tried to pack everything in on the next. We first made our way to Harajuku. On the train we sat near a teen who was dressed up in a "Cosplay" (costume play) outfit. She looked like an Anime character come to life. Very colorful. We got out of the station ...

      Life's fun, when everything is a blur.

      A travel blog entry by m-ikki on Sep 08, 2012

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      ... everything was in a rush and I hardly had time to plan or to prepare for it. I only packed the night before, rushed off to the airport immediately after work, and the only plans I made, where the ones to meet my friends who are living in Tokyo.

      I guess this whole sense of dashing about and rushing around manifested in my photos this time - It wasn't quite motion-blur images I was going for, but more of a bokeh ...