Yokohama Royal Hotel
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... were just about to close but served us anyway, then head back for a nap.
a reservation for a restaurant called Bill's, an Australian chef who
has the tag-line of the "best breakfast in the world" and
some really good reviews online. We got there and saw the queue
to get in, we had a reservation so wandered straight in :)
The food was a bit of an Asian fusion menu and split into small plates and large ...
... back for the children. The housing is quite condensed, mostly high rise apartment style in the city so the number of people per square metre would be maximized. From the outside, the apartments certainly don't look very big. Back at the hotel after seamless travel on the trains and subway, we wait for our transfer and he turns up right on time. The drive to the port of Yokohama us about an hour depending on traffic. We get another great look at the city and some of ...
... thinking it was a comic boon shop because on the outside it had a load of comic characters. The things I saw in there I never even thought existed. Japan is one dirty nation. When I came out of the shop I noticed the Skytree in the distance. It didn't seem too far so I decided to take a walk there. It was further than I thought. It took me bloody ages. When I finally got there the structure of the building was really amazing. It's the biggest free ...
... instructions atop the paper to keep your underwear on..now why didn't I get this map at the start??? So I follow the signs towards the hot spring and am caught completely off-guard as I part some curtains and walk into a mini-mall sort of place. There are shops, restaurants and people, both men and women walking all over the place in yukatas! Cool place but god am I glad I wasn't walking around this place commando o.O. After browsing around a bit I go ...
... including a few interactive pieces. The exhibit described the evolution of mammoths and elephants and their movement around the world.
After the exhibit, we still had some time left so we walked through the Landmark Tower Plaza shopping mall. We do like to see what is for sale in other places when we travel. This seemed like a good time. The first store Philip saw was a Tabio sock ...