Toyoko Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-Cho
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... on it. I probably shouldn't have done that. Not my proudest parenting moment, but it was definitely an experience for her.
To be honest it scared the hell out of her. We had front row seats, and after they strapped us in, and the elevator rapidly began to descent, all that could be heard was "AAARRRGGGHHH!!! MAKE IT STOP!!!!". Charlotte loved the ride. I enjoyed the ride. Angela hated the ride. I don't think she was happy with me afterwards, ...
... down a small street. Bog bowls of fish so fresh it melted in your mouth. Warm rice. Miso that was light and finished the meal. Ginger that was tart (also not scary pink). Breakfast has never tasted so goo. Next up was cooking class at one of the professional cooking schools, sushi-zanmai. We started with instruction for making tamago (sweet omelette). We had tried to make this at home one night with limited results. It was instantly clear we had never even gotten close - ...
... 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 ...
... 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!
... Institute in Williamstown, MA, which is currently closed for renovation. I'm not that interested in Impressionist paintings, which is what the exhibit seemed to be judging from the title and the posters. There didn't seem to be any information in English. It wasn't clear to me whether the museum's permanent collection was on view and the people at the ticket booth didn't speak English. Tickets were expensive at ...