Hotel Route Inn Yokohama Bashamichi
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... machine toy. Lame, I know, but he was happy. (Besides, he's got a birthday coming up in a couple months!)
We left the Exhibition Hall and headed to the Queen's Square for lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe. After such a unique experience in the Expo, eating here wasn't such a thrill. Burgers, fries, salads, etc. Typical "American" food, but we did enjoy our meal and the company of our friends. It was a well-spent Sunday afternoon!
... each other how good it was! This may have put us in an Indian food phase because we were already making plans to try one of the many Indian restaurants in Daejeon when we returned.
Our first day in Tokyo was a short one since we had been up since 2 a.m. to catch our bus to the airport at 3:10 a.m. So, we went back to our hotel, planned out our next day and fell asleep to the sound of Japanese infomercials, eagerly awaiting what we would find ...
... and our line moved inside to que in a zigzag area. Where we waited again... Mat be 15 minutes. I think at this stage another group was starting to form out side. By this time there could have been 500 people in our group... I will try and verify this. We were moved to wait again in another area behind another group of similar size that was actually purchasing tickets.The line moved forward in stops and ...
... had a great visit, saw Yuki's family twice, met up with a lot of Kie's friends, including seeing Aki twice. went to the hot springs again which was really nice. bought a rice cooker to bring back to canada and stocked up on Japanese snacks and such that you can't find at home.
we completely lucked out timing-wise because it was Sakura season the whole time. sorry about all of the cherry blossom pics.
oops, i skipped Singapore.. we ...
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