Toyoko Inn Yokohama Shinkoyasu Ekimae
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... corn, a variety of different pastries and croissants, cold pasta, potato salad and coleslaw, fruit, yoghurt, juices, teas and coffee. Not cheap, at around $10 for adults, and $5 for kids, but it was a great breakfast, and a good start to what is usually a long day at Disney.
Unfortunately, the weather today was postcard perfect. I say unfortunately because in my experience, if the weather is even a little ...
... that will pass quickly enough. Four out of six crashed quickly. Two of us wandered out into the very quiet Monday night in Roppongi for a great noodle dinner. There was a slight temptation to hit the bars but as it was still hours before any kind of nightlife would begin and we had decided to get up and try for the tuna auction, the luxury of the Grand Hyatt beds won ...
... including a few interactive pieces. The exhibit described the evolution of mammoths and elephants and their movement around the world.
After the exhibit, we still had some time left so we walked through the Landmark Tower Plaza shopping mall. We do like to see what is for sale in other places when we travel. This seemed like a good time. The first store Philip saw was a Tabio ...
... shop is the one contribution that would without doubt crown Glasgow as the best city ever.
Although it was quite a misty day we went up a government building there to the 42nd floor where you get a view over the city to get our bearings. It was quite a sight even in the mist and highlighted the power of the huge skyscrapers over the amount of gardens and parks. It is indeed a concrete wonderland. It made us feel so small and got us wondering about how we would feel ...
... earlier. They have a limited menu but they had a couple vegetarian things so I decided to give it a try. It was nothing like the meal I had at Joel Robuchon in Las Vegas but the prices weren't at all similar either.
I wandered over to the Marunouchi Building and window shopped a bit before walking over to Tokyo Station, taking some pictures of the completed renovation and catching a train back to my hotel.