Hotel Route Inn Yokohama Bashamichi
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... thankful to find a couple of American tutors who were more then willing to help us with directions.
After what felt like ten minutes of even the Americans having issues, we had a rough indication of where this place was, it was a far walk along a main road and just near a bridge and 7-11. Little did we realize that Japan is littered with 7-11, bridges and overpasses.
Still we ended up coming upon the sign by chance which wasn't even outside ...
... how polite and friendly the Japanese are - a man could see us looking a bit stranded at the subway exit and he not only came up to help us, he also walked us to the junction. Also the station staff salute the metro drivers in their shinning uniforms. And the third thing you notice is the gadgets from the heated toilet seats in the hotel ...
... had to buy a separate ticket for my ride to Tokyo Sky Tree Tower on Toei, which cost 170 yen ($2.18).
The E Line departed at 10:34. I rode one station to Kuramae and then had to transfer to the Toei A Line. The transfer was horrible. I had to exit the E Line station and walked 300-plus yards outside to the Kuramae A Line station. How bizarre. These stations should not have the same yet if they are not truly connected underground!
My A Line train departed at 10:49 ...
... one last time, and took a series of trains to get back to Yokohama.
It was an excellent trip, and if I were to do it again, I would follow the same itinerary almost exactly. The only thing I could have asked for was better weather, but even that wasn’t so bad after the tropical climates of the other ports, excepting China. Japan was undoubtedly on of my favorite ports, and might even be my favorite ...
... The complex is surrounded by thousands of trees and a large wall. Unfortunately you cannot enter the grounds because the family lives there. Apparently the grounds are open twice a year, on New Years Day and the Emperor's birthday. However, while we could not actually get into the grounds, you can see the entrance and the palace sitting on a hill. The site is quite intriguing and seems mysterious due to the intense protection around the site. The palace is surrounded by a moat ...