Mandarin Hotel Yokohama
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... the small restaurant/bar next door to the hostel. I had my Australian car sale to celebrate and so was already on the kirin with sake chasers by the time Eric arrived. He was soon followed by the German guys, another friend of theirs, and our tour guide from the previous day, Cecilia. What followed was fun if sketchy, as best illustrated by a blurry picture of a few of us toasting with a bemsed looking elderly Japanese man. I had ...
... Miyajima to see the famous floating torii gate and to walk around the island. Given the forecast for Monday, we decided to switch our plans. This meant that in order to see Miyajima on Sunday afternoon, we would have to leave for Hiroshima much earlier than planned. So, we stopped at the JR office at the Tokyo station when we arrived Saturday evening and changed our seat reservations and to early shinkansen train through Osaka to Hiroshima.
... they have people tasked to find any grass available and just transform it in dirt to make sure a nap in a park would be unpleasant.
So I didn't take a nap, but I did however find a shrine, the same kind of shrine my kind guides showed me the proper etiquette the day before. So I went to the fountain and did the ritual, scoop the water with the ladle in my right hand, wash my left hand, the repeat the process but ...
... 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 ...
... In short, we landed and took many train rides to Shinjuku, the business district where we will be staying most of the time. The weather is strikingly similar to that of Chicago this time of year, chilly, but I have no complaints! Walking into the hostel was an interesting experience. We had to take our shoes off, and we did so humbly. I completely forgot about that ...