Yokohama Bay Sheraton Hotel and Towers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... course on an adjacent roof top, which offered decent views of the sunset. The main purpose of the visit was another boozy catch up with Smitty, which took us to my second hooters in Tokyo where we met his imposing figure of a friend, Steve. Much boozing ensued and we decided to use a karaoke booth as a make shift hotel once we had missed the last train. It was a decision of drunken men and when we woke up at around 5:30 with trains ...
... a ton of stalls selling any and everything souvenir related. Kimonos, sake sets, chopsticks and many more were on display with all the vibrant oriental colours one would expect.
Winding through these stalls we headed into an office building and were escorted towards a lift. A Japanese lady, dressed in what to me looked like traditional garb, guided us in more courteously than I've ever seen a lift woman do. So far it seems as if Japan has an incredibly large amount of jobs that to me ...
... a few hours there. As usual, high end dept. stores. Street was closed to traffic being Sunday and was eerily quiet. That evening went to Harajuku area which was loud and frantic with lots of young people. Nearby was the quieter and more up market Otemsando where we failed to get into Bill Grangers restaurant . Ended up at another less interesting place. After walking around the main street of this area we went home ...
... overload and thrilling but eventually overwhelming.
6) Shinjuku Goeyen (Garden) – a large park with traditional French, English, and Japanese gardens. The English garden was basically a wide open lawn, and was Chris’s favourite because it reminded him of home on the prairie. I liked the peaceful and serene Japanese garden the best. We took tons of pictures and tried to imagine what the park would look like during cherry-blossom ...
... bit of a distraction to a terrifying situation (I'm a bad flyer). It was a nasty ride right until the end when the wheels hit the ground, HARD. It was the most intense landing Blair or I have ever experienced. Fortunately, we were landing in Japan, a country that I have come to find very soothing and serene.
The first thing I noticed were the extremely polite, friendly and helpful people. From the customs officer, train information desk person, to ...