Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel
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We are back in small hotel rooms this week, which is alright, just kind of tricky when it comes to luggage space. I only have one large sized suitcase and a big backpack, but there is hardly room for them. We are located right next to the train station, so it will make sightseeing and side trips super easy.
... and "see ya" were common phrases. My favorite questions of the day were, "What kind of man do you like?, Do you have a boyfriend? and What is Disneyworld like?" I found the relationship question interesting because I had not said that I was not married. They obviously saw that I was not wearing a wedding ring. Frozen is apparently the movie of choice with the elementary school girls. They made us little gifts and notes and waved and smiled as we departed. They were ...
... cool photos with the colorful water. We finished off our day in true Japanese hot spring style, naked. Steve wandered off on his own to the male side of the springs while us girls went our side. Sorry, no photos here. It was a nice relaxing day for us all. We made it to our hotel two minutes before check-in time ended, stopped at Family Mart for a quick dinner and then back to the hotel for sleep time. Yui was exhausted and missed dinner ...
... Maretha had bought our tickets the day before at the Disney store to avoid queuing to get in and then as soon as we were in we immediately got a fast pass to the Thunder Mountain rollercoster (or jetcoaster as Japanese people call them) which meant we pretty much got on all the rides we wanted to with a few random ones sneaked in. We started the day a bit slow and easy with Pinocchio and then worked our way up to space mountain and thunder mountain. Just before we got on ...
... kind of snob environment. It’s just unbelievable how much people are willing to pay for silly things which are not even nice. We also saw plenty of fashion victims there, and to be honest the more of them you see, the more you like their style. I also noticed Ferrari, Lamborghini and another gems of car world passing us by. Big crisis in the world?
Roppongi is another expensive part of Tokyo city (as probably every area in Tokyo, ...