Yokohama Isezakicho Washington Hotel
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... were just about to close but served us anyway, then head back for a nap.
a reservation for a restaurant called Bill's, an Australian chef who
has the tag-line of the "best breakfast in the world" and
some really good reviews online. We got there and saw the queue
to get in, we had a reservation so wandered straight in :)
The food was a bit of an Asian fusion menu and split into small plates and large ...
... lovingly gaze at the soup, imagining it was just as good as the other items my stomach was miraculously finding room for. At this point I wise up and finagle the menu out from the pocket under the table, and oh boy!! Dessert is next!!
Yep, the perfect way to end my perfect lunch-lemon panna cotta with strawberries and a touch of basil. Amazing. So at this point I realize I've been eating for an hour and movie is at and end. Nap time has arrived.
... s toys, etc.). We also walked around a big electronics shop, checked out various cameras and so on. Then we visited the skyscraper district, with its glass towers and businessmen, took a look from an observation deck (45th floor) on Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office. After we snapped some photos of Tokyo after dark from above, we took an elevator down and had some dinner at a ...
... but that's what you get when you stick an island in the pacific :P The transport system is second to none, the food is pretty much universally good, the sights to see are awesome and the people are very friendly, even to the uncouth barbarian peoples of Europe! :P
All that's left to do now is drink my last Kirin beer - Kirin brewing technology elaborates the "nodogoshi" (no, i don't know either) - and pack my **** up for a 6am wake up call. JOY! Arigatoo gozaimasu! ...
... 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 sock ...