Star Hotel Yokohama
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... br> Now to the good stuff, TOWERS!! It wouldn't be a Johnson Merritt holiday (and to be honest it's more Johnson than Merritt) without going up the tallest buildings we can find. First of the day is Marine Tower, a prettty standard 106m tower which at some point was the highest lighthouse in the world. Got to the top and saw a wedding tack place on the rooftop of another building. Both of us felt a bit queezy, I'm sure the tower must ...
In my travels last year I met a multi-lingual (fluent Japanese, English & French) Japanese man called Kazuki (kaz for short) who was good company during my short stay in Los Angeles. Once again proving helpful, he offered to help me set up a SIM card and take me out to meet some friends.
While I wanted to go off and shop, I just ended up chilling at home on the laptop, browsing things to do on Trip Adviser. With so ...
... been happier with the size of the **** soaked cubicle i was sleeping in however for a behemoth like Jason i can imagine the disappointment he would have felt at the tiny square he was calling his room for the next 2 nights (after we found him that is). It came time to hit the Kirin's (our new favorite Japanese beer), pick up Jason, who had finally replied on Facebook after having to squat in a hotel elevator to charge his phone and find ourselves a bar for the ...
... incidental highlight, and that was cruising on the highway maze that weaves through the city. It was almost like a roller coaster weaving through the overhead lanes around and the various blocks and at times over the river and canals. I’d never seen a highway network like that before.
The Asakusa district is where you get inundated with cheesy souvenirs and can ride the runner-powered rickshaws. We opted for just some ...
... what you’ll be getting. Ingenious. There are numbers next to each dish in the window that you choose, type into a machine, and buy a ticket for. Then you hand the ticket over and wham bam 30 seconds later you have your food. They’d put Macdonalds to shame! Nomie seriously has had to get her chopstick skills up to scratch though- there are no knives and forks in these authentic Japanese restaurants.
After our fill we walked up to a forest set right in ...