APA Villa Hotel Yodoyabashi
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... was able to take a little stuck of cash out and head to the train.
I had to change the train 3 times, which I didn’t know, but luckily the train stuff came and told me. Even though they were talking in Japanese and with their hands, but eventually I understood.
At the hotel I realized that I’ve booked a traditional hotel and sleep like all the locals on the ground.
What an adventurous start in my Japan ...
... a first for me) with a multitude of flavours and the excitement of picking food from a moving belt. My first onsen experience; I am not sure if naked bathing will ever be something I get used to. In particular this onsen (hot water baths) the changing rooms and the baths were separated by a glass wall. One strategically placed weighing scales encouraged men to display themselves at eye level. Perfectly unavoidable for the bather. I guess ...
When we got to Universal Studios we had to rush through a swarm of people to get an express 5 (on 5 of the rides you get to go to the front of the line). Here are the rides we did: Space Fantasy, Spider-Man, Back to the Future, Backdraft, Jurassic Park, Jaws, Shrek's 4D Adventure, Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, and Hollywood Dream. I'll tell you about some of my favourites. ...
... were massive and Steven was quietly confident that they were raised near a nuclear power plant. But they loved Steven and followed him around everywhere.
We also got 2 days at Disneyland. 'Disneyland' and 'DisneySea'. Imagine Dreamworld - but about 20 times bigger!!!!!!!! I haven't been to any of the Disneylands before and I could hardly sleep the night before, I was that excited! It was really beautiful and I actually got goosebumps when I walked through the gates ...
... the grounds of the temple we found a festival of food stalls and worshipping shrines. We were amazed at every corner we turned we turned! Found a yummy bakery and headed back to our patients laden with treats for lunch. Fortunately Holly and Steve were feeling better and we headed to the Water temple Kiyomizu - dera. This is a massive structure built high on a hill. Hard to understand how such a structure was built so long ago. This is ...