Shin-Yokohama Grace Hotel
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After a refreshing night and delicious breakfast, we checked out of the hotel and left our luggage with the bellman. The ship was not going to be ready for boarding until 2:30 for our grouping so we had several hours to spend in Yokohama.
It was an easy walk from the hotel to the Minato Mirai Manyo Club to visit the onsen, a traditional Japanese spa. We went for Dr. Fish, but they didn't ...
... set of tabio (2 toe) socks each for our house flip flops. Well and truly shopped out we headed to the post office to box everything up and send it on a slow boat back to the UK! We made use of our unlimited metro pass by travelling up to Asakusa and getting specific information from the helpful Tourist Information lady regarding our airport shuttle bus. Finally we browsed the scenic row ...
... skinny jeans from a five story high Forever 21 shop. Good times. She’ll be the coolest kid in town when she gets back to the UK.
After touring the many, many chain shops, boutiques, main streets, side streets and side streets of the side streets we exhausted ourselves out and headed back to Ebisu where we bumped into Tim’s cousins who pointed out the award winning Ramen noodles restaurant that we had to try out. Apparently the best way to find out ...
... to Ushiku Daibutsu, which is a huge Buddha statue on the outskirts of the Tokyo metropolitan area. The statue is also known as Ushiku ARCADIA, which stands for Amida's Radiance and Compassion Actually Developing and Illuminating Area. After a little paperwork we headed across the street to Ueno Station to catch a train to Ushiku, the town it is in. In Ushiku we then caught a bus to the site of the statue.
I'm not sure why, but I had ...
... in the reception ready for photos, this was just too cool, we even had a chat with the manager about what we liked as he is planning to take the show to the UK and wanted feedback on what would go down well. If only he knew what lunatics he was taking advice from, oops!
We needed to find some dinner so went to a bar and were handed a menu completely in Japanese. My best Japanese left me ordering ‘Yasai’ (Vegetable) which resulted in me getting a ...