Star Hotel Yokohama
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... meal and were recommended a bar called the Hub, an English bar and by that I mean a snapshot of the Queen Vic as described through Chinese whispers. wasn't bad, wasn't great. Had a couple of drinks and set off for the hotel and it was raining. We deliberately bought some pack-a-mac's for the trip and I'd left them in the hotel, doh! Seven Eleven to the rescue and we bought some umbrellas for £3 each and walked home in the warm rain.
... about our waste and the future of the earth. So let's be on our way to the world of toilets!"
The first station was an animated toilet telling us how disappointed he is in people and how he is shown such little respect. Hopefully this exhibit will change that!
"The Japanese word for toilet is "benjo" which means "a place for receiving news". Since feces tells us about our health and condition of our body by its ...
... opened in 645ad. It was destroyed in the war but had been rebuilt and looks amazing. The streets all around it are filled with little shops and restaurants, we stopped for lunch at a little place that serves a traditional Japanese dish called Kamameshi which was rice steamed in soup base and topped with vegetables and meat. It comes served in a little wooden box and was amazing. After lunch we walked to the Tokyo Sky Tree. At 2,080 ft tall it is the 2nd ...
After a refreshing night and delicious breakfast, we checked out of the hotel and left our luggage with the bellman. The ship was not going to be ready for boarding until 2:30 for our grouping so we had several hours to spend in Yokohama.
It was an easy walk from the hotel to the Minato Mirai Manyo Club to visit the onsen, a traditional Japanese spa. We went for Dr. Fish, but they didn't ...
... with showrooms and decided to have a peek.
Four floors of latest gadgets and technologies, enormous tv's and great
video games - great stuff!The rain got even worst so we have
bought ourselves a see through, plastic umbrella and walked further
towards Chuo-dori. We have passed through the oldest point in Tokyo
where all distance measurements are taken from- the official centre of
Tokyo. A quick stop for Japanese tea and we ...