Yokohama Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Meal plan
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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 ...
... from Hanada Airport to our hotel. Not an easy task at midnight. Tokyo has amazing public transit; unfortunately this amazing transit system's learning curve is intense. Unlike most public transit systems that are operated by the government, Tokyo's subways and trains are ran by multiple private companies, some running out of the same stations. According to Wikipedia, there are over 2000 subway stations in the greater Tokyo area. Fortunately Christine is better ...
Oh my goodness! What a long day of travel. We woke up with enough time to get breakfast, stop off at the 7-11 to spend our last ninety cents and take two trains to the airport. We did an online check in so we would not have to wait in the long bag drop lines. The rules on our ticket said that only one 15lb carryon was allowed. We both knew we were over by several pounds but decided to chance it since we have not been stopped by any other airlines so far. Well, this time ...
... and then take in some night views. Francois met us with a friend of his from work and took us to the restaurant where part of Kill Bill Vol. 1 was filmed. If you've seen the movie, it is the restaurant where Uma Therman goes to kill Lucy Lui. Although they did some rearranging for the movie, the place looked exactly like what you see on film. The bamboo posts, the wooden stairs and the upper level dining areas that wrapped all the way around the restaurant - it ...
... 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 ...