Toyoko Inn Shinyokohamaekimae Shinkan
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... wait for our group to be called to get off the ship. We are grouped into seas; I am in Arabian Sea. So they called Caribbean, Bearing, Baltic, Black, Yellow, and Red sea to get off. It was about 20 minutes between each sea being called. By this time it was 10:45 and the Arabian Sea was sitting in the reception area of deck 5, Tymitz Square, eagerly waiting to be called. The announcement finally comes on “All remaining passengers may now disembark.” All ...
After our walk around, we decided that a sushi breakfast was the way to go. There were lines for some of the sushi restaurants and I wonder why because they can't be that different from each other. So we picked one with no line. The sushi was delicious and so fresh. Similar to the expensive sushi place in Kyoto, they were large slices of fish and only small amounts of rice. We ordered a fair bit (probably about 10 pieces each) and it ...
... After we had eaten, Dad and I set off for some night touring of the city. We passed by the T.V. tower, clock tower and up to the 38th floor of the JR Tower to see the whole city at night.
Back at home we celebrated Dad's birthday with a cake and cards mom had sent from the family back home. I had my own celebration eating some of the candy corn and pumpkins mom had sent too.
Saturday morning we Skyped with Mom and also got in a call to Wes so we could wish Katie a ...
Our second day in Yokohama and our last before we moved onto the next city. We decided that today would have to be a day filled with as much exploration as possible. As traveling always dictates we were unaware that time was not on our side. Still we got to see a few things for the first half of the day and marked off several tourist spots.
First up we took a train on the Negishi line to check out Yokohama Stadium. As we exited the station, we realized that ...
... was "Japanese Only" and he wasn't trying to say that they only speak Japanese, but rather that they don't want foreigners in the bar. I left the bar, a little bit confused and surprised.. But you know what? There are tons of restaurants around so I just kept on looking.
The next few restaurants couldn't take me. Granted all of these restaurants were full but had no lines. They all greeted me by doing an X with their arms. I'm not sure what it means: That they are closed, ...