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Alright, this is my second to last entry for the Japan blog. As always, Facebook will post the title of the picture but not the descriptions. I have also been told that the videos don't go through either. Most of the information will be in the photo descriptions.
Tokyo Disneyland is actually inside Tokyo in one of the suburbs. I only had to change trains once, and the whole journey took less than 40 minutes from the apartment. That's just bonus points in my mind ...
... she was 'convinced' and went back to sleep, I was to be proven wrong big time the next day. Looking back I definitely felt the shake but it was not enough to overpower my sleep.
The next morning Ulrich casually brought up the topic and said 'This happens all the time'. Well this just reinforced Taruna's loss of faith in my earthquake judging capabilities. An insult? Thanks for that Tokyo. What a start to the trip!
... so Anaheim
wins this one. Paris comes in dead last with its very rough ride and unnecessary
loop. They also have Autopia here but I
don’t remember what it is called. Pretty similar to Anaheim’s without the
monorail overhead. Anaheim wins this one too. Since it was Easter recently, Tokyo Disneyland
is celebrating it until the end of July. Don’t ask, they absolutely go ape
crazy over Western holidays out ...
... American adventurer named Harrison Hightower who travels the world collecting artifacts and sends them back to his hotel (Hightower Hotel) for display. During one of his expeditions, he collected an ancient, cursed idol called Shakira or something like that. Of course the entire pre-show is in Japanese so we have no freaking idea what was going on but the pre-show had one of the most amazing Disney effects we have ever seen. Anyway, the idol ...
... point in the future when I can get access to the auctions.
So we work at a normal time, and went to the hotel restaurant for breakfast. A buffet, with a mixture of western and Japanese breakfast dishes, it was good without being great. While at breakfast we discussed our options for what we could do for the day. We toyed with the idea of a day trip to one of the five lakes surrounding Mt Fuji, but with rain, fog and ...
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