Shin-Yokohama Grace Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... were joined by another 3 caucasians. I guess we all gravitate to the familiar. We then walked to a park along the water to eat (along with many locals). Around lunchtime we boarded our ship and settled in. We originally were going to disembark after dropping off our carry ons and go to a Japanese garden a few miles away, but it turned out that the ship was scheduled to leave earlier than we thought so we decided to stay on.
Before we left home Paul managed to ...
... modern LCD watch but couldn't find anything like it. After another exhausting day we tackled the metro again and got home 1.5 hours later.
Finding the Japanese to be really polite and courteous people. Even on the trains when you are packed in like sardines, there is no pushing or bumping. And the trains are so quiet, no one talks loud or even talk on their mobiles.
Mum - don't forget to pick us up from the airport on Friday at 1pm !!!
... task and took us the whole evening. Once we did emerge from the large pile of receipts, attraction maps, ticket stubs and postcards it was 11pm. When we checked in we noticed a very nice pizza takeaway menus in our room but as we picked it up we noticed that their latest delivery time was 11pm. For a week now we have been carrying two pot noodles around with us just in case. Today we finally used them! So with a huge weight lighted off our shoulders we showered and went to ...
I expected Japan to be exotic, exciting and exhilarating - and it certainly did not disappoint.
Chris and I arrived in Tokyo at 6 pm on December 13 and immediately journeyed by train to the hopping, happening district of Shinjuku. Two million people travel through Shinjuku's train station every day, making it the busiest train station in the world. It is absolutely huge - a city within a city. Our arrival coincided with the after-work rush-hour, ...
... memorized. And a little petting zoo we got to hold chicks and mice and guinea pigs, and there was a lonely chicken whisperer man who just sat there with loads of chickens perched on him. Afterwards we went round the mall and gazed at all the clothes we can't buy..A little trip to Beer Village the next day! At first we came across this military looking factory with 'Kirin' signs and wondered if surely this can be it?! But walked on and found the tourist looking entrance, which ...