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 …
Today began with leaving the house at 5:00am. Needed to be at LAX by 7:00 to catch my 9:00 flight to Honolulu. Hilary dropped me off early so she could make it back to work on time. The flight to Hawaii was 5 hours 45 minutes....which seemed like forever since there were many babies onboard that continued screaming and crying the whole flight.....while their parents seemed to "turn a deaf ear". Anyway, with the help of ...
... at 7pm and after a quick trip through immigration, offloaded our luggage to a delivery company, found the Japan Rail Office to pick up our rail passes and got to our hotel at around 8pm. Must be a record. The Hotel Nikko was pretty good. We had a comfortable room and found some nice food at the buffet. We bumped into one of Jessie's friends from Nihonmatsu in the lobby - small world. She was staying at the hotel to meet her boyfriend from England the following ...
So our last day was upon us, we ventured back to Mount Takao, last time we were there we had seen adverts for the Trick Art Museum, but by the time we'd finished up the mountain had imagined it would've been shut so hadn't gone in (having looked up it's website it turned out it would've been). We had a voucher printed off for discount entry fee and made our way in, ...
... best to be gentle with the spirits and feelings of others. Let's care for our brothers and sisters. Let's be the first one to give and the last one to take. Let's be more honest. Let's not give up when things are tough. Let's forgive each other for the terrible crimes we commit (illegal or not), and continually remember the ...