Comfort Hotel Narita
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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First night in Japan!
We arrived - tired and hungry and smelly at around 1900 local time.
Clearing customs and immigration took a while - and most of that time was spent queuing.
Food was first on the agenda. At this point we were so tired and communicating in what barely amounted to mumbles.
We went to an Italian-ish place (there was pasta and pizza on the menu) I had ...
... lazy and do it over two days rather than try to accomplish the impossible! On day one, we took a detour to check out the Murasaki Pirate museum, and on day 2 we visited Kosan-ji - a stunning temple complex with an underground 'hell' walk housing over 1000 Buddha statues.
10th, 11th + 12th May Kyoto, Part 2!
We liked Kyoto so much that we had to come back and stay with Rumi again. There were also a few things we didn't have time to do last time ...
... we could go play. When we got there CJ asked him what we were going to do (my thoughts exactly) because there were no playground equipment or anything. So we kept walking and found a fountain to play in instead. Soon though we had to leave for me to catch the bus. Hugs around, I told them goodbye. I truly had a blast and had relaxed because I didn't have to plan anything!
An hour later I was at the airport heading back to Japan. I ...
... a couple of broken hours all told, as we both struggled to get comfortable. After what felt like an age (but at 10hours probably doesn't constitute and age!), we were descending into Beijing. We were greeted by Beijing's famous haze as we stepped on to the Tarmac. We both grinned at each other - Beijing holds a lot of fond memories for us. The terminal building had a certain "birds nest" quality about it and was absolutely massive, but there ...
... tasks including one tireless magnetic handed limb moving randomly orientated fittings from a box onto a tray, which when filled, tipped the contents back into the box. Not sure if it was demonstrating its dexterity, or its ability to take it without arcing up. The remaining stands were variations of the current themes of interactive companions (toys ) tracked remote control camera mounts, drones and ...