Rose Hotel Yokohama
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... It was at the bottom of a staircase next to a bridge that basically told you directions to the guest house. Finally after what seemed like forever, we found our home for the next two days.
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When we arrived at the guest house, we were greeted by the lovely owner Mr. Lee. A lovely guy that reminded me of a well traveled backpacker himself. He had many stories of his time in different places from around the world, mainly ...
... It was also nice to share about my experiences in Cambodia with a mapping crowd. I really enjoyed the conference for not having to explain what the hell OSM was, and to have conversations with people about it in more detail rather than having just to explain in detail what it's about. I met so many people from companies I've learned of over the past two years - Mapbox, Skobbler, ...
... in Nikko, but got colder higher up. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it immensely.
On the final day, I got up early to view the shrine of Tokuguwa Ieyasu , who conquered Japan in the 17th century and founded the Tokuguwa dynasty. It was extremely elaborate and lavish, befitting one of Japan’s strongest Shoguns. After that, I walked through Nikko one last time, and took ...
Travel here wasn't all as simple as I thought it would be. I left Koh Tao and caught the boat but we had to stop at Koh Phangan and change boats. Ok. Then arrived in Surat Thani and got put in a bus, then changed to a minibus, then changed to another minibus, then I think another before being put on a large bus again! Arrived in Phuket and the airport is miles away and buses had stopped running so had to fork out quite a chunk for the 40minute taxi.
... hoard of young girls dressed in traditional dress. I was not quite sure what was going on but would guess that there was an event going on at the large building across the road. I edged my way through the crowd towards the station, resigned to taking the train to Shinjuku. Once I arrived I followed the signs to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Offices, which were easy to find. This does not sound like a great destination but I could take the lift up to the 42nd ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility