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.
... me tell you about this McDonald’s. First of all, you walk in and there is a sink to wash your hands. I ordered my food. I got a burger off the ¥100 menu and a chicken nugget combo. First impressions: Coca-Cola tastes the same everywhere you go. The burger was bigger than the bun and it tasted like it was made to order. The French fries were very salty. For as much as Americans salt things, these fries were the epitome of salt. Finally the chicken nuggets. Oh. My. ...
... camera with a girl of your choice. To chose the girl you want your photograph taken with they bring over a board with photos of the girls currently working. Victor did the gracious thing and chose our waitress. I just chose the girl I wanted my photo taken with. The photo will be going straight to the pool room, otherwise known as my desk at work. Before you get your photo taken they call you onto the stage where you choose your prop and pose. The ...
... the chef there about visiting Tokyo because he lived there for a year before moving to Seoul. He said I flat out had to try whale. Put your sob stories away, at least they eat the entirety of the whale compared to shark fin soup were they just hack the fin off and dump the shark back in to drown. Whale was amazing. It either comes thinly sliced from the belly meat or as steaks. I got the thinly sliced option because I didn't exactly have a ...
... arriving in any Fast Food Chain in Japan. You will learn pretty quickly that everyone loves their job. Japanese people are possibly the nicest and most gracious people I've ever come across. Not once was I greeted with a rude look or unhappiness to serve me. I was always greeted with a huge smile and always so helpful when trying to work out the menu. The menu at times were a struggle as I was unaware of what I was ordering.
I remember trying three burgers ...