Toyoko Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-Cho
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... that is completely made of little mirrors and sparkles. Then you get to this room that have robots going around and where you sit in these big seashell chairs while woman dressed as kitty cats bring you drinks in a cart. The room is right out of a Vegas casino and was perfectly tacky from the velour to the crystal chandeliers everywhere. While in the waiting room we sat beside a couple that ended up being from Toronto and had a great chat with them! As ...
... anymore. On the website I saw that they offered the treatment which is the tank of tiny fish that eat the rough, dead skin off your feet. We had seen that on a couple of travel shows, and it looked like a fun thing to try. When we got there, we found out that they no longer offered Dr. Fish. I had a hard time explaining what we were there for. Fortunately, I had printed the onsen information ...
... could see at least 3 sides of the city, and I was surprised that you could clearly see the koi swimming in the hotels Japanese garden below. But back to the beginning: Yesterday was our first day with our tour director Sumiyo (Sue) and the group of 17 that we will be traveling with for the next 9 days. Lovely, congenial people for the most part, and starting another guided tour like this made me remember what I enjoy about this sort of touring. It's ...
... do the best food is how dirty they look on the outside. They put all their effort into making the food scrumptious instead! Good advice there:) We found ourselves so full from lunch though that we just ordered side dishes of chicken and rice. Only when we got back and told the family what we ordered did we realise how strange the waiter and chef must have thought we were. Going to an award winning noodle restaurant and eating rice- we were the joke of the day!
... hand. I can't quite figure out how this keeps happening lol. We had a little nanna nap and then headed up to the New York Bar (where they filmed part of Lost In Translation) which is on the 52nd floor of the Hyatt overlooking the whole city. The views were spectacular! Steve had a Brooklyn beer and I had a French 75 cocktail which had Tanquaray 10 gin, lemon and lime and French champagne. We shared some crispy fries that were roasted in duck fat and ...