Toyoko Inn Shinyokohamaekimae Shinkan
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... in something which was a cross between a shopping basket and a pushchair. I was in my element. Better news followed when a large team of helpers at the information desk at the Beerfest seemed to join "Operation Recovery" for the MiPhone. There was soon a young man walking towards me proudly brandishing the phone. The slight problem is that since it has not been enabled as a phone, I had no number nor passcode with which to prove ...
... in and of themselves. This past Christmas, I got to go on a two-for-one date: we hit up both Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown.
The lights are no longer up, but if you're around Tokyo next Christmas, and want an idea for a cheap (the cost of train fare to Roppongi Station) evening out, these places are not too crowded on weekdays. Also, the Christmas market at Roppongi Hills has hearty German snacks and, more importantly, mulled wine.
... a lot of French influence. This is an accurate description, but I find the Japanese style restaurants have a better atmosphere. Still the food was nice. The last thing on my 'Tokyo to-do list' was something I found on TripAdvisor on my first day and was very excited about. Vowz Bar is a bar which has been established by some monks to encourage their congregation (and others) to come and listen to prayers and sermons. A night cap and a few chants and then it was time to hit the ...
... was leaving the Fire boat was out spraying water. That happened while we were at dinner and we could only see it through small windows, therefore, we didn't get any photos of that, but it was wonderful.
Princess Cruises are going to do more Asian tours and these people want to make sure they are on the route.
The next blog will be just the video of the ...
... that have a small amount of toothpaste pre-applied. They also had brushes and combs in boxes that sort of resembled a microwave oven that I suppose were sterilized somehow.
I took my backpack with me to my capsule, which was two floors below Registration. They have a second elevator for use after you've given up your shoes. I climbed the ladder and got in my capsule. There's enough room to lie down comfortably ...