Toyoko Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-Cho
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... out to be a little more than ¥23,000. I feel like I bought so much but that ¥23,000 lasted me the whole time I was in Japan.
I know this may sound like such an American thing to do, but I went to McDonald’s. Before you start moaning about how I am in a country known for certain foods, I would just like to say that the first food I ate in Japan was sushi and this McDonald’s would not be the last thing I would eat either so I void out your argument. ...
... other languages as well. Occasionally a joke was told in English, then told in Japanese. It’s amusing two watch a joke being told twice and having two different groups of people laugh each time. It is just something you don’t really see in the mostly mono lingual Australia. After an hour or so, we grabbed a taxi and headed out for some drinks.
Kaz’s friends flagged down a taxi and spoke to him in Japanese. All of his friends were very good ...
My nights are getting shorter... I think. I sleep about 4-5 hours a day now... Today was kind of a ****** day. It was raining the whole day and it didn't stop for one moment. No pretty sakura watching in the park... Ah, well. Let's go to the Edo museum instead and try to make the best of it everwhere else. At the end of the day my shoes we're soaked! Japan is a land of umbrellas, but they won't keep your shoes dry ...
... unfortunately it was cancelled due to the weather. They had another show on which was nice but not quite the same. We then went on the monsters Inc ride, star tours and a few rides at adventure land - jungle tour and pirates of the carribean. Before we knew it they were announcing that the park was closing.... We all had such a fabulous day. Kids and adults alike. The shows, the Disney characters ...
... A good time to waste an hour if just looking to relax.
This is about the time that we started walking around looking for lunch. As I said in an earlier post, I'm not the most open and experimental person when it comes to trying foods that I think are unappetizing. So after a while I came across a packed out McDonald's and tried as many burgers as I could. I wanted to see how different they do things in Japan to the way things are done in Australia.