Yokohama Garden Hotel
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... for two days we've only
really been in the new commercial area around the port, it's nice but
I know there is a whole other Japan in the narrow back streets which
we haven't seen yet. The pub is only a quarter of an hour walk so we
head off and see bit's of the other Japan, a few seedy soap hotels
(assuming sex) with pictures of rooms kitted out with BDSM gear and
some tiny bars that only 6 people can fit in we'll ...
... dropped off in the middle of the city with no map and a hangover starting to hit a higher gear. What the f'ing hell are we doing?! Of course we see no CitiBank, just a million people and their bicycles whizzing around us in all directions. I was angry with myself for not doing a Goggle search on getting money here and took out my frustration on Cindy, telling her sternly "Cindy, when I fail and can't think straight (meaning massively hungover) I need you to be there to help ...
... to make it annoying.
Also disappointingly, the weather wasn't our friend today. While it was a fine day, there was a persistent fog, or snow, or mist, or something in the distance to the west which prevented a decent view of the mountains, most notably Fuji. Oh well. Can't win 'em all.
Skytree have a devious plot designed to extract money from suckers by offering them the opportunity to purchase a ticket to go up to a floor another 100m ...
... sweet. The green tea was okay--not much flavor, but still sweet.
After spending the morning and early afternoon out, we headed back to the hotel to pick up our luggage and get a cab to the Osanbashi cruise ship passenger terminal. In typical Japanese fashion, the check-in at the terminal was orderly and quick. The only waiting we did was for about fifteen minutes after check in since we ...
... with all kinds of seafood. I was surprised that it did not smell much inside, unlike many other fish markets I have been to. The busiest part of the market was when you walked outside with so many carts, trucks and vans driving the big crates everywhere. After a walk around the whole thing, we decided to check out a local garden (like an outdoor park) that was near by. We decided not to enter because we were limited on time. But it looked very beautiful! ...It will have to ...