Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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... I've become more relaxed since quitting work but this noise was getting right on my tits. I could either pull the case around Japan sounding like a Raleigh Grifter from the 80's with the mud flap bent onto the wheel or I could carry the bag. So I'm now regretting bring as much as I lug a 20kg bag about. How can clothes weigh so bloody much?
We need to get the subway to our hotel so after a bit of a mooch we find the ...
... new beard which I started to grow after we last met in Perth last year.
Andrew had only just got back from travelling to see family in Queensland so we needed to go shopping straight away to get supplies for tonight's dinner. After a quick run about through a few different shops in search of Kabocha (pumpkin), it was time for a feed. We stepped into a quiet little sushi bar for lunch, where a chef made fresh sushi in front of us, passing ...
... machine toy. Lame, I know, but he was happy. (Besides, he's got a birthday coming up in a couple months!)
We left the Exhibition Hall and headed to the Queen's Square for lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe. After such a unique experience in the Expo, eating here wasn't such a thrill. Burgers, fries, salads, etc. Typical "American" food, but we did enjoy our meal and the company of our friends. It was a well-spent Sunday afternoon!
... you get a bird's eye view of the crowds. Its an amazing sight and equally amazing are the neon signs and video screens lighting up the night sky. Its a mad experience, such a contrast to the great temples of Japan. In the midst of the cities you will see a shrine or a temple, just to serve as a reminder as to where you are.
Again the train journey was busy back to Ueno, sardines come to mind!
... our hotel to the Imperial Garden. That put us by some of the massive downtown skyscrapers. Again I was impressed with how quiet the city was in comparison to what I’d expected. Somehow there just wasn’t much noise. Tokyo had been awarded the 2020 Olympic Games only a couple days prior, so there were still lots of posters out promoting it as a candidate city. It brought back memories of our China family vacation in 2001 when we ...