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... any so we decided to make sure we would come back with heaps of time to get a table. Whilst we were here we went on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride which had only just opened after a scheduled closure, it was lucky we did then because it was closed later on in the day. Since the park opened at 8am being a Saturday Andrew missed out on his morning coffee from the hotel coffee shop so we stopped at Cafe Orleans for what ended up being an average coffee but a delicious banana ...
... a Sulley cape which made me a bit warmer. The show was much better from the front, but there were still moments were I thought that there was no excellent viewpoint as it is designed to entertain from all around the harbour. We then went around the park taking heaps of night photos that Andrew wanted to take before going on our final ride, Journey of course. Before slowly (and against our will) leaving the park. Goodbye DisneySea you are an amazing park and I can't wait to visit you ...
... and attempted Snow Whites Scary Adventure but it was closed temporarily. We then continued in Fantasyland with a ride on Dumbo and Peter Pans Flight (another one I had never done before.) Continuing to go on rides Andrew had never been on before, we went next to Buzz Lightyears Astro Blasters which is always good fun. When we came out of the ride Mr and Mrs Incredible were outside getting some pictures so we got some too. Next we went through the castle. This one is ...
... line for 20 minutes at the entrance for Disneyland, only to find out that if we are going to Disney Sea we would have to buy our ticket there at the Disney Seas entrance. Oops We had to jump on the monorail and pay the fee to get to Disney Sea. The ticket for both of us from Shinagawa to Disney Sea was 780 yen or about $7.80. Once we got to Disney Sea and in the gate it was about 9:45 a.m. The Disney Seas ticket lines were short so I thought it might not be too bad ...
Omotesando Hills is a big shopping district so wandered the streets wishing for spending money before finding another restaurant with a queue outside. This treat came in the form of pork ramen noodles. Mostly yum, except for the mushrooms which tasted like yuk (tasted like the smell of the ones I threw out in Hong Kong thinking they were off). Also got to wear my first noodle slurping bib. I had initially thought the lady beside me ...