Yokohama Kokusai Hotel
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... some really excellent bits and some ****** robot dance. We left after a few minutes.
Back to the room for a bit of a nap. Jillhas been bitten by mosquito's one her legs, I seem to have gotten away with none so far, then Jill prods my back and points out I bite, which now she's had a poke at starts to itch, thanks.
I'd seen a review for a place called Charcoal Grill Green which was just around the corner so we chanced ...
... planning on trying to get in with me. He replied to me saying that he wasn't going to come out today so I decided to start on my way without him. I vaguely recall the travel agent mentioning a pickup service from a square but seem as how it was already 9:00 and it would take me over half an hour to get there I decided it would be quicker to make my own way directly to the museum. The half an hour walk from my hotel to the train station was quite refreshing in the cool morning ...
... one of the fastest elevators in the world (45km/h!). We went to the viewing platform on the 69th floor and taken aback by the panoramic views, with city as far as you can see. The weather wasn`t quite clear enough to see Mount Fuji, however, we could see the adjacent mountain range in the background as well as the skyscrapers in Tokyo. From up high you can really appreciate how denslely populated Yokohama and Tokyo are; with ...
... make it to the Takashimaya Times Square mega-department store that was like 12 floors of stuff. Arts and crafts, traditional Japanese clothes and art, stationary, clothes, a huge supermarket. Happily, there was even a food festival put on by a bunch of Tokyo universities and they were giving out little food samples of everything. Among the delicious foods, we found some very interesting fruit vinegar and bought two bottles. We are officially patrons of Tokyo ...
... also spent some time at Ueno, and Asakusa, where we saw some shrines, and original Japanese buildings. You know those South American pan pipe players? They even have them here too!
A highlight was two days spent at the Disney parks. Disneyland and Disney Sea. Disneyland was special for Mark, who was super excited to ride Star Tours, a Star Wars ride. On the first time, Sebastian was picked as the spy in the scenario.
Some other good rides included Space ...