Rose Hotel Yokohama
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... br> Now to the good stuff, TOWERS!! It wouldn't be a Johnson Merritt holiday (and to be honest it's more Johnson than Merritt) without going up the tallest buildings we can find. First of the day is Marine Tower, a prettty standard 106m tower which at some point was the highest lighthouse in the world. Got to the top and saw a wedding tack place on the rooftop of another building. Both of us felt a bit queezy, I'm sure the tower must ...
... The water was brown but looked nice. After that, we saw the greenhouse before we left. They had some cool plants in there.
The walk back was so long. It had to be over 95 degrees out and the last thing I wanted to do was walk back but the stop was a bus stop, not a subway. The schedule sign was in Japanese so we had no clue what we were doing so we just walked back.
... you try to maneuver two cases, a carry on, and two people into the room and find that there's just no good way to do it unless the bathroom door won't be able to open all the way. Sometimes you just have to compromise, like who gets to sit on the bed and who has to move out of the way in the chair if someone is coming or going. We weren't there long though since Chris headed out to pick up his marathon materials and I took the train to spend the remainder of the night at ...
... terminal. Then we had to get boarding passes and seat allocations. A bit of a palaver!
Our tour was led by a diminutive white-haired Japanese lady who spoke excellent English. She told us that her nickname was Lady Ninja which I thought was a bit of a joke; however it turned out that she belonged to a long line of Ninjas who were trained in espionage and assassination. Her great-grandfather was one of the samurai class in the reign of the ...
... what you’ll be getting. Ingenious. There are numbers next to each dish in the window that you choose, type into a machine, and buy a ticket for. Then you hand the ticket over and wham bam 30 seconds later you have your food. They’d put Macdonalds to shame! Nomie seriously has had to get her chopstick skills up to scratch though- there are no knives and forks in these authentic Japanese restaurants.
After our fill we walked up to a forest set right in ...