Apa Hotel Keisei Narita Ekimae
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApa Hotel Keisei Narita Ekimae
I stayed at this hotel because they had an airport shuttle but when I wanted to take the shuttle to the airport I found out it had stopped running for the day. It cost me over 3,200 yen ot get to the hotel. Then the next morning it wasn't running yet when I needed to go to the airport, costing me another 3,200 yen.
Also, the room is really tiny.
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... 8 neighbourhoods compete each year in traditional events such as song, racing the floats up the temple stairs and displays of martial arts. Accidental tourist gold!
While there was an atmosphere that and festival has, the stalls were sporting some interesting items - such as pickles on a ...
... store and bought a ton of stuff we don't need.
After, we waited for Joanne to get the JR passes for Zach and Haakons parents. Liana and I got Starbucks and rice balls.
Then, we checked our bags and had free time. I went to Lawson and subway and bought food. Then, we went to security and liana and Joanne had to get patted down but they had hairpins and sunglasses.
Then, we got on the plane. I sat with Jack and Adryan and watched divergent, modern family and The Big Bang ...
... they pour from the big bottle and not just give you a mini...the flight attendant was very generous :-) Some sort of smoked white fish to start, hamburger steak with gravy/potatoes/green beans, fruits for dessert. Had a bottle (~2 glasses) of "Art's Cabernet" to accompany the meal. Was actually quite good. Mid-flight snack was a turkey sandwich...it was OK. Second meal before landing, another hot ...
... we went for a walk. Getting cash was complicated - most ATMs don't accept foreign cards. Only the 7/11 ones do. We finally found one in the hotel lobby so we got some yen! It was tricky being out with no stroller & was very hot & humid but Paul carried Basti most of he time. Ben was still pretty tired too. We just went to Imperial Gardens but it was so hot & Basti was exhausted so we pretty much turned around and went back ...
(This entry was written by both of us so it can be confusing at times who it is referring to - sorry)
Well today we headed out to Ueno park. On the train, which are so easy to catch. You follow the signs to park exit to get off the train and we ended up at Ueno Park. It is a huge park with a zoo lakes, homeless people, cafes, attractions of all kinds, shrines and Museums. So we walked around the part of the park for a while seeing shrines ...