Shin-Yokohama Kokusai Hotel
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After 3 movies and lots of drinks I arrived into Tokyo with an excited grin on my face, i couldn't believe I was really here but so excited at the same time. Got through customs without a hitch and met up with dad to get on the crew bus into Yokohama. We arrived at the Royal Plaza Hotel and decided to go out for some breakfast beers with the ...
... you are waited on by more stealthy ninjas who magically produce menus and bills by sleight of hand. Many of the dishes come complete with ninja theme or dry-ice effects, and then after your main course you are treated to a private performance by an illusionist who does card and other tricks (including making a garlic bulb, potato and onion appear from nowhere) for your entertainment. And then at the end you are shown the secret passageway ...
... over it. I'm not a seafood fan at the best of times, but I think, when in Rome. I take a few bites of the Ebi-O Burger and after several bites of trying to stomach the full prawns inside the deep fried crispy patty, It's too much to stomach. I have to spit it out. My partner wouldn't even try it. Still we manage to round off the burgers with a choc banana McFlurry which goes down surprisingly well.
Now after a McDonald's lunch, we decide to start looking ...
... playfully with their brothers and sisters, eventually joining their loving families. Slowly, but surely, the monkeys multiplied. Jean called it "cocktail hour". It wasn't long before the area was dense with a party of primates, all playing, wandering, and nearly beginning for their pictures to be taken. At one point, we were all startled, as two of them began shrieking at each other. Soon, however, the quarrel ended and the ...
... was a showroom for the latest products and technologies by the Panasonic Corporation. On display were the newest cameras, TVs, computers, Nintendo games, home appliance and more. They also had Risupia, a hands-on math and science museum.
We then headed to Narita Airport because we had a flight back to Singapore to catch. Borong-ed Tokyo Bananas and lotsa lotsa kitkat!
I definitely miss Japan so much, I am sure to come back! ...