Yokohama Sakuragicho Washington Hotel
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in Osaka and Kyoto.
arrive at the pub and there are two more US Navy jocks in there and
we're greeted by the west country, cider loving, Liverpool
supporting owner. The bar has some Rogue beers and loads of cider so
Jill is happy and we chat about football and beer and watch last
nights MOTD. Sunderland are on first! I nearly drop my beer, nearly
but not quite.
been surprised by ...
... it was time to start our Japanese journey on the continent. The first challenge one must face in Japan is navigating the subway system, starting with purchasing a ticket with the appropriate fare. I thought this would be a daunting task (from stories I heard from other people) however the presence of an 'English' button that translates into my native tongue made it much easier.
Alistair and David stepped up boldly to face the initial ...
... what it would have been like to travel through Japan 20 years ago when very little was transliterated and nearly everything was written in kanji, the script borrowed from Chinese that is one of three scripts used in Japan (they have another one that is phoenetic, but more verbose and a final script used solely for words borrowed from foreign languages). According ...
... strict 7 minutes is a little silly yeah? Well how about an hour long queue, which i had for Gran Turismo 6? Or the 90 minute queue for Titanfall which i didn't bother with? Or the 2 hour queue for Knack which i laughed at? Or how about the 3 hour queues for GTA 5 and Dark Souls 2 which were just astonishing.
The funny thing is, there were some booths where you could literally walk up and start playing immediately, like the Madcatz fighting stick booth. ...
... much too early for our timed admission slot.
It was easy to find our stateroom; this is the third cruise we have taken on the Sun Princess. It's an older ship accommodating about 2,000 passengers. We chose it for the interesting itinerary and the schedule that fit within my time off work. We were on the Aloha Deck just like we were on the previous cruises. The elevators announce each ...