Yokohama Royal Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... course on an adjacent roof top, which offered decent views of the sunset. The main purpose of the visit was another boozy catch up with Smitty, which took us to my second hooters in Tokyo where we met his imposing figure of a friend, Steve. Much boozing ensued and we decided to use a karaoke booth as a make shift hotel once we had missed the last train. It was a decision of drunken men and when we woke up at around 5:30 with trains ...
... temple, and it didn't disappoint. The bright red color of the structures and the towering pagoda are amazing. Many locals stop here on their way to work to prey, and it offered a fascinating glimpse into the daily rituals of the people.
Legend has it that in 628 2 fisherman found a small gold statue of Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy here. A shrine was then built to Kannon which survived the major 1923 earthquake, but not the ...
... is NOT Tom cruise) that defeated the shogun and brought a new era to Japan, making it the first Asian county to go through the industrial revolution. I'm not going to go on about Japanese history but that was a welcome break in my day. I guess I am an ideal candidate for being guided.
I then headed to Asakusa which is nice. it is much more intimate then Shinjuku or Shibuya, as there is no giant neon everywhere.. Well Actually ...
... is just like every other spinning coaster in terms of track but up on a building structure. The height is what makes this ride that little bit more enjoyable. Every time you hit a corner, there was the possibility of having the carriage come off and plummet to your death. It added a bit of a fear factor to the overall experience.
A few of the other rides were more indoor. They have a walk through ghost house where no one jumps out at you. This was a ...
... to a small park in Harajuku and seen some turtles and a few large fish, None of them could speak to us so we left for Rippongi to have a look around, it looked like it might be more interesting at night but it was our last day so we went for some cheap veg curry and got the metro back to Shinjuku to catch our bus to the Airport at 5pm for Singapore.