ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Narita
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TravelPod Member ReviewsANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Narita
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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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.
Well we have arrived in Tokyo for the night. Since the change in flights the plane was pretty empty so we each got our own row. I think I slept about 10 of the 14 hours so I call that a success. We arrived at the Tokyo airport and they have people waiting for us to give us hotel and shuttle information. The Japanese are awesome. Everything is so …
Just a quick one, we have arrived in Tokyo and are officially freezing our butts off. It's 9pm here and we have just checked into our hotel and are waiting for our dinner. Tomorrow onto Hakuba!!
Arrived in Narita at 8.30 am local time after our overnight flight from Helsinki. As we had a 10 hour stopover we decided to take advantage of a new Transit Tourism Program that the airport has on offer. We had thought about catching the train into Tokyo for the day but decided against that in case there was a problem getting back and we have been there a couple of times anyway. It was a good decision as we had the most enjoyable morning with three guides! Two were from ...
... a more interesting one – it looked a bit like a 20s art deco themed room but ended up being swelteringly hot all night with noisy air-con and smelled of smoke, oh well!
25th May – Last day!
Harajuku crepes for breakfast, then visited Meji-Jingu shrine before doing some quick souvenir shopping before our train to Narita. For our last meal in Japan we found a quiet but friendly Okonomiyaki place off the main road – a fitting end to our trip!