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Travel Blogs from Urayasu
I know it's corny but I'm going to start this entry with a selection of lyrics from one of the land theme songs from Tokyo DisneySea, because I feel it accurately represents my impression of the park. It's crazy that they commissioned songs for each of the park's lands when it openned but this is Japan so one must expect this kind of thing.
... keep me from a successful shopping trip (!) so I squeezed and politely elbowed *cough* a whole lot of Japanese women to get the biscuits I wanted. I laugh in the face of a 20min time limit! And with that the day was a success. I can officially say I have "done Disneyland right"!
The following morning I met up with the snorkelling club again. We were booked in for a short CPR course at the local fire station to prep us prior to our summer snorkelling trips. Admittedly I was ...
... people. Even though the park
was built way back in 1983, it was designed with massive crowds in mind.
Castle: Out here it is Cinderella Castle and a copy of the
one in Orlando. However, the hub here is unbelievably massive! It’s basically
two hubs and they are like 3-4 times the size of the ones we are used to. I
would love to see this area during the busiest days of the season.
... under 30 minutes because of our use of fast passes.
We quickly stopped at the Aquasphere at the entrance because it is too cool how the Imagineers got the water to cascade down the globe like that.
We headed to their version of the Tower of Terror (Mike’s favorite ride) first. Since they have no frame of reference to The Twilight Zone, this one is themed ...
... very retro style bus completely decked out with every Mickey Mouse detail you can think of.
We decided on udon noodles as our first Japanese meal. The place was a madhouse and you had to circle like sharks to find a seat. Mike grabbed a ...