Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I slept to 9. Darren to 10. We then packed up our gear, checked out and headed to Shibuya to meet up with Mel and Dave ... although I wasn't with it and directed us to the wrong train so we ended up in Shinjuku! By the time I realised we were half way in the wrong direction so had to double back and were late again to meet our friends! There they …
... 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 ...
... to consider the impact of our actions.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying there are no problems here, or no rude people, or the society is perfect. But, there are elements here that could be a GREAT benefit to us in the west. Things we once knew, but have let slip over the years. If you haven't been to Japan you should come and experience it for yourself. It's ...
... of bliss!! Need I say more?
We got up the next morning and were headed off to another temple. This one with amazing gold-leaf covered temple walls! The Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) was another couple of train rides away from the hotel. It is one of the main buildings that are part of this temple, officially called Rokuon-ji Temple. In the 1220’s it was inhabited by Kintsune Sainoji. The buildings have undergone many changes over the centuries but the grounds and ...
... clear now, not a cloud or rain drop in the sky!)
The look of terror in a guest’s eyes when they have exhausted their English and Santa asks one question too many.
The feeling of terror in my heart when I have exhausted my Japanese and they ask one question too many!
That list was for me. You can create your own list of favorite things.
This week I am feeling just a little homesick – ...