Yokohama Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Meal plan
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... the main attraction at that moment was tug-of-war contests between competing community teams. The teams were great! They all had matching jumpsuits, loud cheering sections, and each team had a unique chant to get them psyched up. After watching the competition for a while, we wandered over to the food trucks. The one we could figure out offered beef and rice bowls -- perfect! We found a couple spots to sit (community table style), and cracked open the beers we had ...
... were still on the lookout for a recommended treat from one of Kristen's friends; a waffle cone concoction of some kind. Since we hadn't eaten lunch yet we thought that would be the perfect way to tide us over for more walking until we found a well-liked ramen restaurant in the next section of the city. Alas, we weren't able to find the waffle cone spot when we walked all the way back through, so we decided to just keep moving.
... either know exactly what I'm talking about, or you think I'm speaking in tongues. Here is your Transformers 101... if you have little (or big) boys in your life, you will thank me.
Transformers are alien life forms, robots that transform into various vehicles. The Autobots are the good guys, the Decepticons are the bad guys. Their planet, Cybertron, is in ruins so the Decepticons want to take over Earth, but the Autobots are ...
... next one. That night in Tokyo I didn't have the luxury of that kind of decision - we needed to get home before the trains stopped running! And there were more people trying to get on these trains than I've ever seen in Londontown. As we got into the totally rammed train I was really glad I wasn't on my own, as Gary was doing very well trying to keep us both upright and ungroped by the many many people around us. Nevertheless, there was ...
Today is the first day of the September Sumo tournament held in Tokyo. Tickets are harder to come by on the first day, but I had purchased them in advance from an online service run by an ex-pat. Also, it's raining its ass off this morning because topical storm Man-Yi is on its way towards Honshu. Armed with our inn's umbrella's, we subway'd over to Ryōgoku Kokugikan, the sumo arena.
Once inside we found our seats in the ...