ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Narita
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Clean and roomy. And location is great if you need to be near the airport. Free shuttle to and from Narita.
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Day one Chch to Auckland to Japan. Up early, 3.45am in fact! We saw the sun rising as we approached Auckland. Not too much of a wait there after we followed the green line to the International Terminal. We were seated amidst a large group of young early Japanese teens who'd been staying in NZ. They were very quiet companions, happy with the video …
It's been great, Tokyo...maybe we will meet up again some day!
We leave for Sydney, Australia tomorrow which is our last stop on our huge round the world adventure.
We will have a long day of travel but are excited about being Down Under!
But before we leave I wanted to post my video of the best potty chair ever.
... they want to see our passports before they will let us in! I have mine next to my underwear so I have to undress to get mine. Elaine didn't bring her's! No problem of course. Elaine whips out her flight ID and they let her in. I tell them that I'm with her and they let Anna and me in without looking at our passports. No problemo mon! Keep cool and no panic!! Hahahaha Anna & Elaine have welcome signs and we wait for over an ...
... It was Italian and looked beautiful. I had the Ricotta Tortelli with minestrone and white beans, my brother had the rack of lamb with matsutake mushrooms and bean puree, my dad had the same as my brother. The prices were $101.00 for my meal and $127.60 each for my brother and dad.
That night I had a really good sleep. I dreamt of Cinderella and her magic castle....
*Note- All money has been converted from Japanese Yen to Australian ...
... and gaijin (foreigners) as well. At the appointed station we got off and walked about 800 meters to the entrance of the Ryoanji Temple.
The grounds are beautiful even in winter but I can only imagine what they look like in the bloom of spring! There is a pond, the Kyoyochi Pond that was made in the late 12th century. The grounds used to be inhabited by Mandarin Ducks and earned the temple the name, Oshidoridera, the temple of ducks.
We were apprehensive about seeing ...