R&B Hotel Shinyokohama-ekimae
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... there were two remarkable things about this mall. First, there were no department stores. Second, the noise was overwhelming. Each of the little stores was playing its own music, and the hallway was filled with clashing tones. The ambience was a high-level consumer culture, women in spike heels, men in capri pants. Was that man wearing a bathrobe as a jacket over denim jeans? Could be the latest trend from Chiba!
... just something accidentally left behind by a jet-lagged arrival
Without the pass the one thing we did have to pay for is the transportation from Narita (which is out in the boonies) to Ueno station in Tokyo. We bought Keisei Skyliner tickets for the train to Keisei-Ueno station. The cost was about $25 per person, and it brings us to a station about 15 minutes walk from our hotel.
Although English is ...
... or credit card. I told her we could do either, and she definitely wanted us to pay with cash. I am not sure if the ticket machines took plastic. She asked all the right questions: Did we want the next train? Did we want 1st or 2nd class? Where did we want to sit? The tickets are for specific seats so I picked some from the graphic seat map, not knowing what might be best. She said they were fine. Then she told me ...
... liver, heart, tongue, spleen, you know, the usual.
Once my helpful lady left left I struck a conversation with the guy next to me. Well, conversation might be a bit of a strong word. Lets just say we exchanges words. It was quite entertaining though, he was translating comments like the fact they they all thought I had a small face...I've heard small head before, and unfortunately I am constantly reminded of this every time I try a hat on. But small face? That was a ...
... Dept Store basement where the Tokyo Food Show houses just about every delight one could imagine. Gorgeous seafood, delicious cakes, traditional sweets and marbled meaty delights are hawked by vendors trying to get the attention of the passing ...