Yokohama Town Hotel
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... different meals every morning that are both delicious and healthy- we may actually lose weight on this holiday.
We then navigated the JR trains to Ueno Park; beautiful grounds which were historically part of the large and wealthy Kaneiji Temple. We began our day at Ueno Zoo, the oldest in Japan, where we became kids again and became ridiculously excited at every animal, big and small. One of our highlights was checking out ...
Back safely on the ship, we held a debrief at the Sports Bar before checking out the rock climbing wall, mini golf course, running track and basketball court on deck 14.
Conclusion - Loved Tokyo and can't wait to come back.
After dinner in the Dining Room with our travelling companions, Kaz headed to the cabin while Rob and Brendan went to see the concert pianist show in the theatre before heading to the pool party.
... Tom bought a clip and Jen enjoyed playing with the back straightening belts, and onto Yamashita Park which overlooks the wide harbour. After wandering past the symbolic 1930's passenger liner, Hikawa Maru, we made our way back to the hostel to collect our bags. We took the local train to into Tokyo (Shimbashi) just 30 minutes away and changed to the metro for Kiba where our special capsule hotel was waiting. On arrival to Tokyo ...
... was delicious, with an egg (with an orange yolk) a piece of pork, and some delicious noodles. They cook their meat right in front of you over hot coals. While it is really inefficient I think that is a big part to what gives it the flavor.
After my meal I wandered a lot more. And here I came to a realization that I don't think I had fully understood before. Tokyo is HUGE, I walked, and I walked, and encountered giant stores everywhere, everything is stacked and ...
... of Japanese design at its finest.
Lunch is at the fanciest Pepper Lunch one could imagine (wine list? in a Japanese take out really?) and we ponder our next steps. The Park is a washout and we'd skipped all but the most undercover parts of Asakusa to avoid ...