Rose Hotel Yokohama
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... also cups for tea going around on the conveyer belt that you could take to make your own tea. Take the cup, put the powder into the cup, and then push your cup against a spout in front of your seat to get the hot water. So simple! I also ordered some sake, hot of course, which was very good. That sushi restaurant was probably my favorite part about Yokohama. We then went shopping and boy did I shop! I was so surprised how cheap everything was. I exchanged about $200 and ...
... shops which we soon discovered meant there were virtually no food shops, certainly no ramen shops, on the main street. We eventually found a food court, with a ramen restaurant, in the street that runs parallel to the main street. While I didn't order from the machine what I had chosen from the menu, the miso ramen I had was delicious and warmed me up. After sitting down and handing over our order we were given sheets to choose how we wanted our ramen ...
... 109 which is also a famous landmark in Shibuya. We were there on the Wednesday afternoon and the 9 story mall was absolutely packed. Poor Lane has quite wide shoulders and had to try to make himself very small to try to even walk down the aisle in 109. I ended up buying a cute black sweater and we retreated back to the subway station and back to our hotel. That evening we stayed in and watched TV after our hot and tiring ...
... see the marina side of Yokohama. A beautiful city to go along with the beautiful view. I'd highly recommend checking this out when in Yokohama.
After viewing the Marine Tower Observation Deck, It was time to head down to Yamashita Park. Yamashita Park is just a stunning park along the waterfront of the marina in Yokohama. Littered with huge fountains and architecture for about half a mile. Lots of little walk ways and areas to chill out in in some rather ...
... to the lake district. We also took a cablecar upto the top of another mountain in Hakone to get another view of Mt Fuji and visit a weird shrine thing on the top of the mountain. I returned to Tokyo via bullet train from Okinawa station, which was a great experience, particularly standing waiting on the platform when other bullet trains whiz past! The inside was a mixed between an aeroplane ...