Yokohama Kokusai Hotel
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... Only a short 30 minute train ride away into the boy's heaven on earth. (The girl child only rolled her eyes and went anyway because we promised lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe.)
We arrived at the Convention Center, bought tickets and had to take pictures because the child ticket had Bumblebee while the adult ticket had Optimus Prime and the boy and his dad were wearing the matching shirts.
Entering the Exhibition Hall, the ...
... The streets were bustling and there was everything electrical there that you could ever want, and a lot that you never would. I picked myself up a cheap battery charger and, unable to walk any further, headed for the subway to take the short ride back to Asakusa. It was my last in Japan so I went out with a group of Aussies for a few beers to toast the great success that has been Japan. I am now hoping that Tokyo gets the 2020 Olympics so that I have a good excuse to ...
... busy, not necessarily tourists but all the workers, movers and shakers, 3 wheelers, 2 wheelers, 1 wheeler even (wheelbarrows). No fish for breakfast today but did buy some dried cherry tomatoes, and paracetamol which were less tasty and cost more than in Sweden dammit.
Imperial palace and its gardens were in a nearby district so we thought we would drop by. But the emperor was home, and the garden was closed so no garden for us... ...
... Their hair and makeup were done perfectly; they were wearing very nice clothing and the highest heels I have ever seen. The women were always yelling things in Japanese, not in an angry way by any means as the Japanese are a very non-aggressive culture but more like "these are today's deals"Ã‚Â and "come shop here"Ã‚Â. After what seemed like an endless shopping experience, Melissa and I found a little restaurant and had ...
... image of the carpark spaces the photos were of. I think this was a great idea for making the addition of small features to the map easier. I think it would have been good to find out more about the responses of Laotians to the tool though, although his focus is prototype development at the moment.
I guess it was difficult to develop a proper opinion if the third day lived up to ...