Yokohama Royal Hotel

Address: 2-319 Honmokucho Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0806, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Gu area of Yokohama, is near Sankeien Gardens, Kishamichi Promenade, Yokohama Port Symbol Tower, and British House.
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Travel Blogs from Yokohama

Way More Than Meets The Eye!

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 10, 2014

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... either know exactly what I'm talking about, or you think I'm speaking in tongues. Here is your Transformers 101... if you have little (or big) boys in your life, you will thank me.

Transformers are alien life forms, robots that transform into various vehicles. The Autobots are the good guys, the Decepticons are the bad guys. Their planet, Cybertron, is in ruins so the Decepticons want to take over Earth, but the Autobots are ...

Odaiba 'beach' resort

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 06, 2013

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... the big Ferris wheel outside, which I considered hopping on, till I reminded myself how high it was and exactly how good I am with heights. It would have been an idiot alone in a gondola. Eventually I hopped on the train, an overground DLR style one which has a loop in the middle of the water-horizontal rather than vertical, it follows the course of the road and allows the track to gain/lose altitude gently. Ginza is a shopping Mecca, I may have found ...

Warm water sprays

A travel blog entry by franso on Apr 14, 2013

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... is pushing the last sleepy business men going to work into the metro. Yes, the Japanese manage space very efficiently, they have to, with a large population of 127 million in a country with a lot of uninhabitable mountains. We ate for the first time in a standup sushi bar, 8 meters long and not even 2 meters wide, with two chefs working behind the counter, and all this in one of the arches under the train lines. We saw the same in the shape of a whiskey bar, a ...

Day Eighteen

A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Jan 27, 2013

... gaped out the large glass windows. Below me was a major four-way intersection, which I watched in astonishment as the masses of people flooded the streets. I had never seen anything like it in my life, not in New York City or Chicago, not in Boston or Los Angeles. It was incredible because the Japanese strictly abide by the crosswalk signals. If the light is red they will not cross even if there are no cars in sight, but the second that light ...


A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Sep 27, 2012

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... Japanese. You match the number to the drawer in front of you, then open that drawer to pull out your fortune. My number was 10.

The fortune sheet is printed in Japanese, English, and Chinese. I was pleased to see “No. 10 BEST FORTUNE” written on my sheet.

“Bad old things will turn into happiness. New hope appearing, you will get treasures. You can find hope on the cloud in the sky. Just like dead trees bloom flowers when spring comes, ...