Rose Hotel Yokohama
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... it, HOT drinks in them. The hot drinks were in cans and bottles too. Did I have some? Of course I did! The descriptions of the drinks are in Japanese but if you were lucky, the name of the drink would be in English. The first one that I got I thought was fruity but it turned out to be regular cold green tea. The second one I got was a hot drink that tasted like a latte. The final one I got was a cold drink called Bikkle. The only way I can describe it to you is that it ...
... Centre of Tokyo and see a Van Gogh exhibition, which is all about Pointillism and Fauvism, the only bit of art I studied at university, it's all about dots. We also see some local Japanese art and it's a bit weird and fantasy like. We get our fill of art! I spend quite a long time in the toilet intrigued by the play music button, which I try and it just plays a flushing toilet sound!! Once I turn it ...
... only describe them as the love-children of Japanese Maid Barbie and a Teletubby, on acid. I can't lie though, I was pretty excited about my bunny shaped strawberry sundae and Mariko's green tea turtle one. We even got a whole cake to take home as part of our package - which Mariko has generously said I can bring back to England to share with whomever of you get there first...
Saturday ended with a tour of one of the famous ...
... see the marina side of Yokohama. A beautiful city to go along with the beautiful view. I'd highly recommend checking this out when in Yokohama.
After viewing the Marine Tower Observation Deck, It was time to head down to Yamashita Park. Yamashita Park is just a stunning park along the waterfront of the marina in Yokohama. Littered with huge fountains and architecture for about half a mile. Lots of little walk ways and areas to chill out in in some rather ...
Ahh, yes... I literally couldn't believe my eyes. I'd been far behind Jean, taking pictures with my new friend Nola. When I came down from the lodge where we bought tickets to get in, ¥200, a small price to pay to see one of Japan's hidden treasures, I walked around the bend in the path' and saw Jean's now iconic pink coat. I think whenever I see a pink coat, I will always think of Japan and my trip with Jean. Lo and behold, there ...