ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Narita
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What happened? It's our second blog and this is Thursday! Where did Wednesday go?
Spend in the friendly skies of Japan Air Lines of course. WE LIKE J.A.L.
The service was fabulous even in "steerage class" where our meal(S) were served with real silverware, not that expensive plastic ware from Costco.
Lets just say that we had plenty of …
For our last day in Japan we decided to do some last minute shopping. We took the subway to Shibuya. We managed by pure chance to leave the subway at the exit where the statue of Hatchiko is. For those who don't know Hatchiko is a dog that used to meet his master at Shibuya station every day. One day the man suffered a fatal brain haemorrhage and died so never returned home. For 10 years Hatchiko returned to the same ...
... sure we would have had a lovely time there if that was all we had seen, but it was great to have stumbled upon the festival. Conscience of our limited time quickly running out we bought some sweet buns from a stall and headed back on the train to wait for our last long haul flight - thankfully operated by Air New Zealand.
... s BMW was an American car. I mean that the steering wheel was on the left hand side! I was so happy! USA played Belgium and I'm pretty sure Belgium won. At the station, many parents were crying, including lianas. The dad was stone cold. Like me!
Everyone talked and took pictures. BTW, it's our teachers birthday today! But anyway, we left and went on the 3 hour train ride. I wrote and ate and played Head Soccer.
... s was $66.00. These tickets would give us access to all rides for one day.
When we first stepped into Tokyo Disneyland, we were overwhelmed by how big and busy it was. Luckily we had a map! According to the map there were seven worlds. World Bazaar, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Tommorowland, Westernland and two smaller worlds, Toontown and Mickey's Critter Country. The first world we stepped into was the World Bazaar. We went to the 'Main ...