I am having fun! Yokohama is beautiful, and this hotel is great! As I got closer to Yokohama the trains and stations got SO much better, they are much nicer here then in Tokyo. The sights are better, and as I got closer the women got FINER!!! They had some very fine women in the stations compared to the 1-2 here and there in Tokyo.
The ferris wheel is fantastic, its right outside my window. Here are pics of my hotel.
I stay here until Monday, then I go to Osaka, then to Kyoto, and afterwards back to Tokyo. Maybe I will get to go to Ginza this time, or Odaiba.
Reccomendation: Yokohama - Prettiest and Nicest in Japan.
By the way.. People who had questions on how Gaijin are treated in Japan, example: I was walking in Shibuya station I have many bags and I can carry them myself but almost everytime I had to go up stairs someone would help me or ask if I need help. Train station attendants go out of their way to help me and most of the time if my ticket is messed up they just let me by and get me on the right train. I do not know how nice they are on the streets, but Japan has such a different atmosphere... I do not feel like everyone is at each others throats, where I am from Baton Rouge/New Orleans people begin fights just because you bumped into them or you are staring at them, and most guys feel like they have to look good and try to intimidate everyone. Here I have seen people run straight into the back of people and they fall, they simply get up bow to each other and say sorry, walk away smiling. In America it would be confrontation most of the time.
So Japanese people are very nice, and the very few English speaking ones I have come across out of the blue ask me where I am going and if I am finding my way ok.