Escale Yokohama

Address: Yamashitacho 84, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0023, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 横浜中華街 area of Yokohama, is near Yokohama Chinatown, Harbor View Park, Kanteibyo (Kuan Ti Miao Temple), and British House.
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        Travel Blogs from Yokohama

        The one where cliff ended up being a tiny wall

        A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 07, 2014

        19 photos

        ... I would spread the word on his work as a voluntary guide, so if anyone reading this is going to Tokyo and would like to be led around by Makoto, please get in touch with me so I can give you his contact details.

        Our next stop was the tallest freestanding broadcasting tower in the world, the Tokyo Tower. Mimicking the Eiffel tower in Paris, except for its red and white paintjob, we wanted to take a few pictures.

        On our way there we happened upon Marco Sanchez, who I had ...

        Asakusa and Yokohama Chinatown

        A travel blog entry by halleyc on Sep 28, 2014

        12 photos

        ... built in the 1600s, it was destroyed in the war and later rebuilt. It has a large gateway, with huge Japanese lanterns. The Japanese temples are all very interesting. At them, worshippers will buy small strips of papers that have fortunes printed on them (almost like the original fortune cookie). You will take a good fortune home with you, but if it is bad, you tie it to a string or a fence. So, you’ll see hundreds ...

        Godzilla fighting machines, hidden in plain site

        A travel blog entry by beansnotfries on Jun 02, 2014

        78 photos

        ... got that I was from Canada, and made gestures to show that Japan and Canada are friends, then kept on saying something else, but all i got out of it was the word Ureshi. I later translated Ureshi to Happy. I take that as good sign.

        Average prices of things here are around the same as Vancouver, but there are a lot more expensive places especially as well (even if they don't look expensive, they can still sell $8 coffee). Found really good sushi for ...

        Japan Part 1 - Tokyo

        A travel blog entry by chrisandteri on Dec 16, 2013

        1 comment, 23 photos

        ... navigational muscles if I’m going to hone my identity as an independent world traveller rather than a princess-wife whose prince is taking her on a round-the-world trip.

        There is a lot more I’d like to share about our Japan adventure but since this post is long enough I will save the rest for the next installment of Chris & Teri’s Year of World Exploration – "Japan – Part 2 (Kyoto & Osaka)"! Stay tuned!


        Sumo and Sushi in Tokyo

        A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 26, 2013

        1 comment, 41 photos

        ... deal compared to the price of hotels located nearby.

        We stuck to our usual routine and hit the grocery store, which was only a few blocks away. Being used to North American sizes (quite large), I was struck by how small everything was. The fruits and vegetables were pre-packaged in small quantities and the plastic vegetable bags only held a few pieces of fruit. Bread was sold in packages of four or six slices. The store had a great selection ...

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