Super Hotel Shinyokohama
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... and a large karaoke bill, the decision was taken that the train was all a bit difficult and we should get a cab anyway. Profligate... As soon as the call was made early on Saturday afternoon to return to the guaranteed carnage of the beer festival to meet English couple martin and Davina and some of their Japanese friends, the dye was cast for another boozy onslaught which thankfully ended much earlier than previous nights but ...
... with his son, daughter and his "darling" which turned out to be his wife. We had an interesting conversation with him. He was an architect and showed us pictures of his home, Kids and other stuff. Very interesting one of his daughter standing next to the toilet with a big **** in it!
Showed him some photos of our home, Townsville and some animals. He was impressed. As he left he shook our hands and kissed Peter's....hmmmm. He told Peter he was ...
... girls in kimonos, they were very nice and invited us over to take a picture with them. In Asakusa, there is a famous temple called Senso-ji and a long shopping street in front of it called Nakamise-dori. Many people were sitting around on mats eating and drinking together. We walked through this area while drinking some Asahi, a well-known Japanese beer. We tried to squeeze our way through to see some of the fireworks, but couldn't quite find a great spot to see them ...
... us if we had rail passes. I told her that we did not have passes, but that we just wanted to buy one-way tickets to Yokohama so she directed us across the way to a ticket counter.
We walked over there and waited in line for only a minute before that same woman appeared again and told us that she could help us buy tickets at the machine, which had no waiting. She did ask me if we were going to pay ...
... was the first time I saw her.
We decided we were going to meet in Kichijoji, a neighborhood well away from downtown Tokyo. I took the metro there and met her in the station. We walked through some of the shops and then wandered over to Inokashira-koen park. There were only a couple trees that were flowering but plenty of people were photographing ...