Rose Hotel Yokohama
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
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... options around our hotel, we decided to continue with the beer theme and eat at the 'World Beer Museum'. Much more pub than museum, we certainly made a great choice! The food (steak and frites anyone?) was tasty and they offered many Belgian beers that are difficult to get in the states. It was also our first opportunity to get beer with an ABV higher than 5%. Also encouraging was has how prominently Pike beers were advertised (specifically the Pike Stout) in the menu ...
... s love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had 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.
Crashing with a cousin
While I had only just arrived in Japan, it was already time to get on the move again. After a quick ...
... Corvette, Lamborghini, easily over a million dollars worth of cars behind one rope. There were alien weapons, the "seed", and other weapons used in the movie, artwork and cells from comics and cartoons.
Beyond this, were rows and rows and rows of glass cases displaying THOUSANDS of toy Transformers from the last 30 years. I had know idea there were this many! It was truly More Than Meets The Eye! The boy and his dad had fun ...
... sega joypolis amusement park, which is in the Odaiba & Tokyo Bay area. This area was developed in the 1990's. The buildings are large, the streets wide and the waterfront is the main attraction, with its very own Statue of Liberty (only in Japan!) A giant orb (which holds an observatory) hangs suspended between two buildings.
Rune went on a couple of rides and then we headed next door ...
... following day we wanted to combine some sightseeing with our most necessary chore: laundry. Getting vague instructions from the receptionist on where we could find a laudromat, we set off in the same direction as the fish market that we wanted to visit anyway. Finding the Laundromat was pure luck. We couldn’t begin to read any signs and since it was in the upper floor of a pretty derelict building we wouldn’t have seen it from ...