Mandarin Hotel Yokohama
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... watered down milk and had a creamy citrus flavor to it. I’m thinking pineapple. But this was the best drink in the world. And I could not find it at any other vending machine I passed the rest of the time in Japan. Bikkle is life. For as many vending machines there are, you would think that there would be garbage cans everywhere. Nope. Not one garbage can on the streets. And it is such a clean country despite there being no garbage cans. You don’t see ...
... Victor later described as the Hungry Jack's of Japan when I remarked it was pretty cheap for what we got. For ¥470 we got beef, rice, soup, a raw egg (dipping sauce and later a sauce for the rice) and salad. Before sitting down inside we had to order and pay at a machine outside the shop. This was a novel concept for me. ...
... season. But if you really want to enjoy the beauty of the spring season, you must visit the Ueno Park. It has become one of the most attractive places to spend holidays and do picnic in the lap of nature.
Nijo Castle in Kyoto: This huge structure was built in 1603 but it is still standing there with all its moat and walls. The corridor is connected to the impressive array of buildings whose floors creak to warn the visitors.
Imperial Palace, ...
... was spent checking out the large convention center and a walk around the seaside.
Now while we still had daylight. I wanted to get my first theme park in. I wouldn't class Cosmo World as a first rate theme park but more a riverside amusement complex that is free to enter and you just pay per ride. It has a few large thrill rides and a couple of smaller rides for the kids. For me it was all about the Roller Coasters and Log ...
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