Center Hotel Narita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... aged guy wearing nothing but an adult nappy, playboy bunnies, showgirls and heaps of drunk tourists all carrying massive drinks. We stopped at the Mirage to watch the Volcano show, then walked down to the Bellagio to watch the water and light show. It was awesome and is definitely a must-do when in Vegas, even better than then Disney light show, mostly because we had a really good view at the Bellagio. Today we woke ...
... well proportioned.
When we came back, Miles was sitting in a window of a store charging his phone. Lainie took a picture of it.
At the store where we bought our "breakfast", they had a drink called Van Houten Coaca. Van Houten is a character from a movie The Fault In Our Stars.
We boarded the train and watched out the window. The land is so green and luscious.
After the hour train ride, we bought food and I got 4 rice ...
... told that our landing had to be aborted for a turn around after 12 hours flying. So now we know that Capt. ? was actually paying attention and in charge.
Once we cleared customs and immigration we hopped on a hotel shuttle and checked in at the ANA Crown Plaza Hotel. Compact but very comfortable room for a good nights rest, complete with fragranced soaking tub. ...
... about and craving each other around the pond (or small lake - it was about 100m x 200m). Georgie was keen to check out some art while we are in Tokyo and Ueno Park is full of galleries and museums so we chose to go to the Museum of Western Art. There was a special exhibition on Michelangelo including a number of his letters and sketches. It was interesting and quite crowded but I thought it was a bit limited in what it had. It might have ...
... before I'd even entered the country. It also doesn't help that my first passport photo looks like I'm an Australia's Most Wanted sex offender.
After a short Airport Train ride from the exit gate to customs, I was finally on Japanese soil, so to speak. This was also the first time I got to ride the worldly known Bullet Train, ...