Yokohama Royal Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- 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 …
... for two days we've only
really been in the new commercial area around the port, it's nice but
I know there is a whole other Japan in the narrow back streets which
we haven't seen yet. The pub is only a quarter of an hour walk so we
head off and see bit's of the other Japan, a few seedy soap hotels
(assuming sex) with pictures of rooms kitted out with BDSM gear and
some tiny bars that only 6 people can fit in we'll ...
... him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, with paper based instructions to get to all our accommodations, I was the Hostel Directions master, guiding us safely to our temporary homes.
Taxi Driver: Tried his best to get us to our hostel, with a trunk full of shopping and no understanding of English.
Touching down on Haneda airport at ...
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I arrived late on Sunday night in Tokyo, after nearly 24 hours of travel. I successfully navigated the trains from the airport to Meguro, where Franklin and Alyssa live, with the help of some great directions and, thank the lord, transliterations of station names on all of the signs. I ...
... queue sectioned off into chunks and very orderly let in one chunk at a time. We all shuffled in eventually to be hit by a wall of noise in the dimly lit and gigantic halls. Even getting in fairly early it was very busy and it only got busier as the day wore on.
So yeah, the worst thing about videogame shows without a shadow of a doubt are the queues. The queues for anything of note are stupidly long. Ridiculously long. A half hour long queue to play a game ...