Toyoko Inn Yokohama Stadium-Mae 2
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It was a long flight from San Francisco to Osaka, then another plane to Tokyo Haneda, then the Keikyu train from Haneda Airport to Yokohama, then Japan Rail from Yokohama Station two stops to Kannai Station, where my hotel is located.
Lots of small meals on the 11 hour United flight to Osaka. The apple juice they served was the usual …
... minutes or so later, when she stopped crying, she kind-of saw the funny side of it. At least she's got an interesting topic for her first classroom news item when she goes back to school. "The day my dad tricked me in Japan".
After half a dozen more rides on Aquatopia, a boat cruise halfway around the park, and Charlotte riding the 360 degree loop rollercoaster that she agreed to try, Isabelle was exhausted. At 8pm, after a 13 hour day ...
... egg and sugar but hadn't included the mirin or soy sauce. We certainly didn't have the square pan. The real trick is patience, cooking each layer thinly, and a good wrist action to roll it properly after each layer. Next up we were taught how to properly, carefully, filet a fish then turned loose amid much laughter to try ourselves on a mackerel each. With years of fishing experience Peter and my father were the clear experts but no.2 son made a good effort. When it came to ...
... website and had to show the pictures to the attendant before he understood what I was asking for. We spent a little bit of time using the foot bath on the roof, but it was too hot to enjoy it so we didn't stay very long.
Next we went to the Pacifico Convention Center to view the woolly mammoth exhibit, Yuka. We had identified the convention center as we looked out our hotel window ...
... it back to the church just in time for the evening service but found ourselves completely confused when there was a notice in Japanese on the locked front door that we had not even an inkling of what it said so went for a wander around it to try and get in. Neither of us have been in a country that use a completely different alphabet to the one we use and became aware how hard it is to even try and work out what signs might mean. I guess it makes it all the more fun exploring ...