Yokohama Isezakicho Washington Hotel
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... few days earlier in Geronimo. Astounding how in a city with millions of people you can bump into the same person more than once. Small world or something, eh?
Next up was the Sky Tree, 634m tall, 350m of which we would make our way up for the amazing 360° view of Tokyo. The plan was to make our way up there while it was still light, and then watch the sun go down from up high, being able to take pictures of Tokyo from up high both at day and night.
While strolling, ...
... of strips of papers tied around the temples. In addition, most of the temples also have incense burning outside. In the temple itself, there is no statue of Buddha like what you’d see in other temples. Therefor, upon entering you bow twice, clap (to get the attention of Buddha, since he is not already present), pray, and then bow again. Many temples also have huge bells – you could ring the bell to get ...
... at a take away place and beer for $2-4 at the store or $6+ at the bar. Transit adds up and has varying prices depending on the line, not distance (most lines are separate, private companies and will therefore charge differently).
Amazingly safe city! People save their seats with cell phones or purses, biked are left everywere with only a tiny, flimsy lock on the back wheel, cell phones and expensive electronics are flaunted and loosely carried. ...
- Scrambled out of the hotel in the morning, remembering rather late we had an extra connection before hopping on the shinkansen to Tokyo
- In the end plenty of time
- dropped luggage at Tokyo station and did dome shopping before catching the express train ...
... came away with everything we were looking for. We spent $75 for groceries that would probably have cost closer to $50 at home.
We had also heard that Tokyo was extremely expensive, so there was some trepidation about eating out, which is something we wanted to do a lot of so we could experience Japanese cuisine. For our first dinner out, we went to a restaurant in our neighbourhood that had pictures of its menu items displayed in the window, ...