Richmond Hotel Yokohama Bashamichi
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... together, almost on top of each other, and the space used incredibly efficiently. We waited until early evening to see the lights begin to turn on in the city, which proved an equally impressive sight! We finished our day having dinner with Coco and Reira by the bay. We enjoyed a BBQ style dinner, with fresh skewers of beef, prawn and chicken. The Japanese cuisine never ceases to impress us!
... this would be, but actually that's a reasonable name for a museum of cars, all revamped by their team of ageing experts. Age is respected here, and the team photos showed that. Perhaps I ought to learn Japanese and move here in my 60s, extend my working life a bit. The museum is free, I don't know whether as an add-on to the mall to bring people in, or sponsored by some eccentric. As ever, it's great, but I don't quite know what's going on. Just like ...
... the group in terms of how much you have to hurry along to stay on schedule. ) Their were gorgeous irises blooming, and lots of azaelas and rhodedendron. I was happy to spot a heron and some turtles here. Most of the other birds we've seen so far have been ravens, which are definitely making themselves noticed. At the ocean viewpint at Hasedera, there were warning signs about kites(a large bird) stealing your food, but we didn't see any swooping ...
... sushi, loads of it.
Next is Kinosaki, the Onsen town north of Kyoto, on the coast and famous for its crabmeat. The whole day we walk through town dressed in our kimono, going from Onsen to Onsen, and getting as pink as the crabs themselves. We speed ourselves with 303 km/h in the ’shinkansen’ bullet train to Hakone, at the foot of Mt Fuji, for two days of MTB. Picking up our bikes in the morning we hear big rumbles coming from the direction of ...
... and I’m hungry. But I got on an elevator at 1:55 and headed to the dining area on Floor 6. These are sit-down restaurants and most have people sitting outside waiting – bad sign. I see there is a food court on the third floor. This is what I want. Quick and no lines. Everything is Japanese food here and there’s no English, but there are photos of the offerings. I find a place that does have a little English menu on the side. I order fried rice with seafood, ...