Rose Hotel Yokohama
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be accessible by elevator or escalator, which caused some difficulty the day before, when I was carrying too much luggage. I also told them that I'd been treated well at the information booth at one of the station's many shopping malls, where they directed me to the Muji and Uniqlo stores at a nearby mall. And that the Japan Rail staff worked quickly, so the long line moved quickly when I picked up my train tickets.
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... free. Great animals, came face to face with some red pandas. Even closer with the chimpanzees at feeding time where the male didn't know whether he wanted sex or food more. He had a bit of both. Do chimps eat yoghurt from a spoon in the wild too? I assume so. The baby chimp was really cute. It was sad to see the tiger and black bears though, they were in so so small cages, pacing back and forth. But the rest of the zoo was good, I must have spent half an hour watching the ...
... the mountains on the switch back train. Made it to the station with 8 minutes to spare! We had a fabulous ride on the shinkansen with some more amazing views of Mt Fuji. The ride was so smooth and so quick. It is hard to look out the windows at the view as it all moves so fast. We arrived on Kyoto at 1810 and headed for our accommodation which thankfully was close to the train station. The train station itself is amazing. Made of glass and steel with hotel, shopping ...
... turns out to be barrel of laughs. We first browse through the show where about 30 or so counters or stalls are selling different types of food from different parts of the country. I try to make sense of the description which is written in Kanji and Catacana. It mostly looks like (or be looked at like) a stick-man (like in hang-man) striking different poses - like swimming, or skiing or being hit in the face with an axe, you know, normal day-to-day situations - and with ...
... ok! We noticed as soon as we came to Japan that people generally aren't as interested in us as the rest of Asia. None of the pointing or staring which is quite a nice change, although we did miss the friendliness a bit! But underneath it the Japanese are really kind and really helpful! So many helped us when we were lost and even walked us in the direction we needed to go. The next day we explored Shinjuku, very close to Koenji... first we went to a viewing point, the 43rd floor of ...