Yokohama Garden Hotel
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... from Yokohama to Kobe so once back in the terminal it was almost on ship time so there wasn’t time to go into the city any more. I was fine with that. I felt like I saw so much and it was only day 2. It was dark by the time we were pulling out and it was really great watching the lit up city shrink as we made our way out of the harbor.
On the first day when I was walking around Yokohama, I didn’t really feel like I was in Japan. I kept having ...
... area. After explaining we'd prefer a non-smoking area, the very helpful English speaking waiter set us places near a chef. While we waited for the places to be set we stood next to another fish tank housing fugu.
Wanting to maximise our fugu experience we ordered the fixed menu with the greatest number of courses (¥7000 before tax). Despite the menu saying the fugu was fresh, we weren't prepared for just how fresh it was. It was still twitching ...
... They are scheduled to have a 3km tunnel there at some moment. In any case the pictures look nice, but not as interesting as the profile of the road, attached... :)
... of our time trying to find just the business district and thinking at every point we were getting close, yet everything seemed so far away.
By now we had found a park of sorts in one of the precincts. Situated in a little neighborhood that we unaware of and somewhere off our map. We walked up this giant hill to find a look out point that showed the entire city. The Business District looked to be in our sights now. As we walked through the back streets ...
... express train into the centre quite easily despite a 1 hr train ride and a bit of a wait. I got completely lost when I arrived, for some daft reason I thought it would be simple and obvious when I got here, whoops, but luckily the people here are so nice that many of them help me along the way, two kind locals help me lift my suitcase up the underground stairs and when I looked completely lost and hopeless, the group of locals asked me where I was looking for and walked ...