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.
Because we had the rail pass and because all information told us that it was very expensive to get to Yokahama by taxi from Tokyo, we lugged our cases back to Hamamatsucho station. In Yokohama we met other people heading for the ship and joined up, this nearly led to a tragic accident where a man lost control of one of his two huge cases on the escalator which then headed ...
We couldn't believe it was our last day in Japan and started the day in Shinjuka, where Jen was very pleased to pick up her cordless mini hair straighteners from a huge Bic Camera. After the previous nights experience of being out of cash we decided to stock up and hunted out another ATM before walking to a huge Muji store. Here we enjoyed browsing the massive selection of unique items ...
... to Shibuya. It is quite an upmarket end of town and has a European style building in its centre. Its a very pretty place but not really what we were expecting shopping wise- definitely not what you would call high street prices. After window shopping through the perfectly set out shops we made it to Shibuya- it was incredible! We have never seen so many people in one place before! This was the Japan we were anticipating. Outside the station was literally the busiest crossing in ...
... to our accommodations for the night. Our contract with SLP doesn't officially start until March 4th. Jess and I will be travelling to Seoul this week to do some serious shopping and also meeting up with friends who are in the country! But first we must get cell phones... Oh lord, I just thought of all the administrative things we must do. Great.
With love from Narita,