Rose Hotel Yokohama
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... Prices are at the top of the range you would want to pay when you are imbibing on a daily basis. And some imbibe all day – you can see the barflys who start early in the day and are still there into the evening – cannot imagine the bar bill at the end of the cruise !! A glass of wine or cocktail is usually between USD$8-$10 plus 15% gratuity (automatically added for bar items).
Remember I am doing a diary for us to remind us of all of ...
... girls on their own and a couple. Things started out relatively unremarkably as I ordered a set menu of a dessert, a beer and a commemorative picture. However, on delivery of my dessert and beer I was required to perform a strange cat like ritual "to make the food and drink extra delicious". Thereafter I had to miaow if I wanted service at any point. Enough to put a stop to one's appetite. My only comfort was that others were in a weirder boat. One of ...
... option very much but for some reason we thought we would give it a go today...it doesn’t work very well. We found ourselves randomly down a pedestrian street, luckily Kayley managed to wave down a postwoman who was able to give us clear directions despite her speaking no English, she drew us a little map. As we have been saying time and time again, the Japanese are lovely people. Our hotel this time was another Best Western with rooms the same size as Tokyo, so a ...
... soak in the massive indoor pool and jacuzzi, walk through the gorgeous Japanese garden, rest in the quiet hotel room all by ourselves, continue using our Japanese for one more day, and I finally get my writing time. After sobbing for ages at being stranded at the airport and not getting to go on the plane to Greece, Kaiya is now learning one of our favourite travel lessons - that sometimes you have to give up the life you plan to find the life that's waiting for you.
... one or to travel on no pay leave! Ok, 201314 countdown trip ALL SET! Wait... How about the ticket to KL? The ticket I bought is flying from KL to Haneda. That means I have to find my way to KL from Singapore. That's the key - timing. Of course the shorter the layover is the better, but I've never been to KL, no concept of how efficient the people are or how messy the transfer is - importantly - if there is one. I was suspecting if I can check-in ...