Super Hotel Shinyokohama
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... tourist part of Yokohama may focus on a really small area but the city went on for miles in all directions (apart from the sea obviously) Spent a bit of time up there had a cocktail and headed back to the restaurant. We had some hummus and flat-bread starters which were really good I had some lamb chops and Jill had BBQ pork with a fantastic wasabi coleslaw. the place was tiny good, chilled out music and totally relaxed atmosphere, ...
... and made my way outside. Then I realised that I had forgotten to get a map from the station to the museum (woops). Luckily on my ticket were instructions and a map on how to get from the station to the museum. (How convenient) I quickly found the waterworks (a creek looking stream) and followed the bank and it wasn’t long before I saw a street sign pointing me in the right direction. I remember thinking how popular it must be to have street signs point out its ...
When a kid is "into" something, the parents are also "into" something. This is why you have "soccer dads" or "dance moms". We are "Transformers Parents". Our six year old son has an obsession like none I've seen before when it comes to Transformers. In the morning, he chooses from one of a dozen t-shirts with a Transformer picture or something in his wardrobe that is the same color as a beloved Autobot. (Like the blue and yellow New ...
... sushi anyway, I remembered there was some place on our hotel's street - it's not conveyor but at least it'll do? So we headed there. Dejectedly. When we walked in though - BAM! It was a conveyor sushi place too!! The thrill of victory snatched from the jaws of disappointment. They had all sorts of stuff for pretty cheap. The plates mostly had two pieces of sashimi on them - tuna, mackerel, amberjack, eel, etc. - mostly ranging from 95 to 200 yen per plate. After a short ...
... our "Jeep" through the jungle and temple of South Amierica. Other ride favourites included 20 000 leagues under the sea, journey to the centre of the earth, and tower of terror.
Today we are speeding through to Nagoya on the bullet train, which Seb is enjoying.
A brief stopover at Nagoya. We spent the night to rest and catch up on sleep. Mark, the great observer saw a poster for the railways museum. Well, that made Seb's day. Off to the museum ...