Super Hotel Yokohama Kannai
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... free. Great animals, came face to face with some red pandas. Even closer with the chimpanzees at feeding time where the male didn't know whether he wanted sex or food more. He had a bit of both. Do chimps eat yoghurt from a spoon in the wild too? I assume so. The baby chimp was really cute. It was sad to see the tiger and black bears though, they were in so so small cages, pacing back and forth. But the rest of the zoo was good, I must have spent half an hour watching the ...
... of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building near my hotel. This was where you could really get a context of just how vast the concrete jungle was, as there were buildings as far as was visible in every direction from the mountains down to the water. I could spot my lunch destination from there: the famous Tsukiji Fish Market, home to the freshest sushi on the planet!
For the true experience of the fish market and auctions, one must arrive around 5am. Being such the ...
... take to my hotel room. I was getting into Narita much later than I had hoped and need to get to bed ASAP for my early flight tomorrow. I ordered 15 Chicken McNuggets and a large fries for 890 yen ($11.41). Bought a soda from a vending machine and walked over to the Mercure Hotel Narita Airport.
Walked into Room 614 at 9:41. The shuttle to the airport doesn’t leave until 7 a.m. Ugh. I want to be there at 6:45, three hours before my flight, so I have plenty of time ...
... sweets, choc-ices, chocolates, yakults (good bacteria for our tummies...), cashew nuts, almonds, beef jerkey and beer. Much appreciated!
Today El and I went to Harajuku to look round a temple in another pretty park, and some really posh streets. So there we were, filling our eyeballs with culture, when out springs some happy little Japanese man. He liked our "blonde hair and white skin"- but neither of us have blonde hair, so that was awkward. Then he ended up taking like, ...
... district with a median strip running through it, leading to the sentried gates. However on Sundays, the road is closed to motorised traffic and is only open to pedestrians and cyclists! We saw quite a few tandem bicycles.
Another disappointment was that the cherry trees were not in bloom, at least not the white ones. Some pink ones were opening up though. We were fascinated to see that whilst they set great store by ...