Yokohama Bay Sheraton Hotel and Towers
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I dag mødtes vi med den ene af mors japanske venner fra flyet :) Chizuko-san på 64 år (det ligner hun ikke!) Vi tog til en by der hedder Kamakura (jeg var der også sidste år og der er bare så smukt). Vi gik op og ned af gaden med sjove butikker og jeg købte en hår-pind-dut. Derefter ville hun vise os en lang allé med blomstrende sakura træer på …
Vi fik awesome mad i dag selvom man ikke føler sig særlig sulten når man er så træt :) vi var vågne fra halv tre til lidt over fem ca.. så nu skal jeg sove. Jeg gruer for i morgen men det bliver sikkert også hyggeligt :) For at få et billede til at komme op i teksten skal jeg skrive rigtig meget så jeg prøver lige at lave en masse masse mellemrum …
... 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 ...
... When I returned at 4:30, they took me up to my room, showed me how to use the air conditioning and where the bathroom and showers were. Although I was staying in a 10 bed dorm, the beds were large and each had its own individual light and electrical outlet and there were individual lockers for each of us to use. Since I had time between checking in at the hostel and being able to access my room, I went out to explore the neighbourhood and ventured to the oldest temple in Tokyo, ...
Thanks to Toshi, who guided me through Tokyo! It's the city of superlatives and I was impressed how smoothly it runs despite the masses of people. Also, after all my travels in Southeast Asia, it was my first contact with winter (although the weather gods were gracious and welcomed me with sunshine and mild temperatures). I instantly fell ...