Yokohama Royal Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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After we landed safely at Narita, found our luggage quickly, and breezed through immigration and customs, we were ready to find the train to Yokohama. I had maps of the airport and knew where to find the train station several levels below arrivals. However, we went into the Japan Rail Service Center first when we didn't need to. As soon as we …
... the main attraction at that moment was tug-of-war contests between competing community teams. The teams were great! They all had matching jumpsuits, loud cheering sections, and each team had a unique chant to get them psyched up. After watching the competition for a while, we wandered over to the food trucks. The one we could figure out offered beef and rice bowls -- perfect! We found a couple spots to sit (community table style), and cracked open the beers we had ...
... the lift there was an indicator telling us how fast we went, and even though I can’t remember exactly what it said, I do remember feeling suitably impressed at the speed at which we were shooting up the tower. Ears popping every second combined with the feeling you get in your stomach when you’re on a rollercoaster always bring a huge grin to my face.
As the doors opened, my still beaming face was suddenly changed to marvelling at the sight that followed. All of Tokyo ...
... second largest city in Japan, though it is almost as inseparable from Tokyo as Fort Worth is from Dallas. Yokohama has several huge companies – Nissian, Yokohama Tire, and Kirin Beer (Japan’s largest beer company). It also has a huge Chinatown, which I explored that evening. It was packed, colorful and busy. I ate street foods for dinner, stopped for a beer and just generally wandered around before going back to the ...
... well: to get onto the starbucks free wifi I had to fill out a form, then they sent me a confirmation email so that I could access the wifi. Only 1 problem: I could not access my email, without the wifi, to activate the wifi. Ended up using Family Mart wifi while I was out as Graeme helped me set up an elaborate, Japanese only, activation process.
It’s great to catch up with old friends that you can feel very comfortable with. Graeme was ...