R&B Hotel Shinyokohama-ekimae
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... of place we seek out in Barca or Italy. An American couple came in and while the woman went to the bathroom the guy ordered everything for both of them. Confident, informed or a ****? Turns out all the food was for him, she was a bit tipsy. A dozen oysters for starters then steak. Turns out he was a US Marine (hooo rah!) and on a date, hence the oysters I suppose, she was drunk and an army brat, match made in heaven.
... Following the stream of signs 500m, 450m, 300m, 150m, the signs slowly informed me of my progress as I walked closer and closer. I found the park that surrounds the museum and quickly increased my pace in anticipation.
The first thing I saw was an unusual gate in a stone wall, this must be it I thought! Sure enough around the corner stood a giant sign saying Ghibli Museum! I turned to look at the building at it looked exactly as it did in the pictures on the internet. ...
... that he had to have because they are the same color as Smokescreen.) After watching a little Rescue Bots or Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters, he will play with his "collection" of toy Transformers. We haven't taken the time to count how many he actually has, but it's more than 20...30...oh, who knows! Then, at the end of the day, he lays his weary head on his Bumblebee pillow and covers up with his Optimus Prime comforter.
... built ourselves quite the tower of empty plates (16) and were very satisfied. Love the conveyor belt concept. Would go again! Everyone should try it at least once.
At this point, after a very long few days of walking (about 40 miles in 3 days, 75 for the week), we decided to be lame and just relax for the evening. We missed out on going out in Kabukicho. Oh well.
Tomorrow, we leave Tokyo for a new and relaxing adventure in Hakone! Maybe we'll see Fuji this ...
... It was a good museum, showing different types of trains. Did you know that they started high speed railway in the 1960's? The train network here is very efficient.
Nagoya was a lot slower than Tokyo, a small city in comparision. One thing that we have noticed is how well the Japanese dress. They are always well dressed and wear very fashionable clothes. We would have to say that they dress as good as Europeans if not better.
Next stop Hiroshima. Konichiwa