Yokohama Sakuragicho Washington Hotel
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... in something which was a cross between a shopping basket and a pushchair. I was in my element. Better news followed when a large team of helpers at the information desk at the Beerfest seemed to join "Operation Recovery" for the MiPhone. There was soon a young man walking towards me proudly brandishing the phone. The slight problem is that since it has not been enabled as a phone, I had no number nor passcode with which to prove ...
... jp/en/index.html. My mother (Barb's mom) stayed here in 1950, when she was a stewardess for an airline that chartered soldiers to Japan for combat staging during the Korean War. Although the hotel had volumes of old guest registries, there were none for 1950 as this was during the post WWII period and the hotel was "occupied" by the US Army. But mother had told wonderful stories of how lovely the drive was to get there, and the beautiful dining room ...
... was leaving the Fire boat was out spraying water. That happened while we were at dinner and we could only see it through small windows, therefore, we didn't get any photos of that, but it was wonderful.
Princess Cruises are going to do more Asian tours and these people want to make sure they are on the route.
The next blog will be just the video of the ...
Well Jen still feels like a ton of bricks, but she managed to get up and moving today because there are a bunch of things that she wants to see. First, we rode the subway over to the East side of the city to Asakusa to see Senso-ji temple and a five story pagoda. Between the subway station and the temple there is a long street lined with a bunch of souvenir shops and a ton of tourists! After taking a look at the temple we stopped to grab some ...
... got a picture with Dennis from OSRM, and a picture with the Skobbler team (well, 3 of them). I also got to talk to Steve, the guy who started OSM! When I asked how long ago, he said 8 years and 2 weeks… That precision says something. He has a surprisingly boyish face, but is very tall. He seems to be on the edge of being revered by most conference attendees. Everyone was very keen to ...