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.
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I can't shake this image of Tokyo--people running to catch trains, in the morning to make their connections to work, in the evening to get home five minutes earlier, or maybe just to get some exercise. Women in heels, men in suits, not dressed appropriately for this sprinting, running to catch trains. The odd thing is that the public transit system is amazing, with trains on commute routes in ...
... hands of the resident monks who would pray over it, and hopefully bestow good fortune. Coins were tossed into the temple offertory crib. Outside, the faithful drank water from a sacred well, and fanned themselves with smoke from a holy fire as they approached the temple.
Our main sightseeing day in Tokyo was spent with a young woman named Haruna who had gone to school at San Francisco State, and was a volunteer with ...
... have ever had. It was a lovely way to spend the day and was feeling much better afterwards. I walked back to the station along the harbour. Lots of Australians around as they had come to Japan on a cruise and the ship was docked at Yokohama. There was a German beer festival happening near the Red Brick Warehouses, a smaller version of Oktoberfest I imagine. There was also a cup noodle museum... They have museums for everything. I decided to save my money but lots ...
... morning we got up bright and early to see if we could catch Mt. Fuji before he went for his nap behind the clouds, and we were in luck! We took the cable car up another mountain for a good view of Fuji, and I was surprised he didn’t have any snow on top this time of year. After our Mt. Fuji sighting we headed back to Tokyo, where we squeezed in an afternoon of sightseeing. We saw the Tokyo Skytree, went up to the ...