Yokohama Kokusai Hotel
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chicken and I love it.Over the road by the Red Brick Warehouse,
a trendy shop restaurant type building, was a car show with loads of
high end sports cars as well as a few "normal" cars.
According to Jill Haydn Clark would have had a wet dream, Cup
Noodles, fast cars and meercats (a couple of them were pets on
display in the park).
Wandered about for bit had some katsu
curry chicken in a tiny little ...
... given very beautiful rain coats. Same plastic as a poncho you get at the footy but it has sleeves and go yes right to the ground. We look like ghosts but at least we shouldn't get wet. I'm sure it's because we put them on that the rain never came! It's Sunday so the streets are fairly quiet but the parks are very busy with families enjoying time together. The little children are so cute and inquisitive. Quite a few people ride pushbikes and they have seats on the ...
... I passed through the busy shopping area of Ameyoko. This area looked really nice. I had a quick browse before continuing onto the shrine. When I was at the shrine. I wasn't that blown away. It was established in 458 and there are about 300 Japanese plum trees, these didn't look good because it's not the season. There was some sort of wedding going on so I didn't stay long ,so I decided to head back to Ameyoko to have a better look around. I went into a porn ...
... one is to keep their undergarments under this yukata or not. In my mind a hot spring is a place you go to, undress, get into some hot water and you're done. So to me it doesn't make sense to be wearing anything underneath. Luckily not too far from me is a white guy also changing so after asking him if he speaks english, I get his confirmation that one DOES keep their undergarments under the yukata. He was even kind enough to give me a map of the complex ...
... were only in Japanese so Philip had a good time deciphering some of them for us. During the time at the exhibit, we saw no other Westerners. The almost perfectly complete woolly mammoth was discovered in Siberia earlier this year and has just started on its tour of exhibitions with Yokohama as the first stop. It was a wonderful exhibit with many more things to look at than just the ...