Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu
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... a time for safe routine, now there is a time for chaotic adventure.
And, even as there are times in the seasons, there have been times in my heart as well.
A time for bravery, a time for cowardice, a time for clarity, and a time for confusion. But, through it all-like a sailor lashed to a broken masthead in the storm-I cling to acceptance. Acceptance of myself and my situation whatever it may be. From that frame of mind, I feel prepared to ...
... I know my face showed that I recognized them…. One of these came today and it was so nice to see her. She's about 50 and has a very expensive camera and last year was there 3 and 4 times a week. She is very sweet and was so glad to see me today and gave me huge hug. These folks must have enough pictures of us to paper an entire room!
There was also this darling little girl, about 12, with special needs. She and her family ...
... 8230;. Two of the girls had a harrowing afternoon going to Costco – it took them several hours and we wondered where they might be…. They had just been shopping and exploring and having a good time. All of us here at the apartment, eating and drinking and laughing. It was fun until the wee hours! We all got along very well and I think it’s going to be a fun two months.
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... that amazes! Brooklyn, you will love this building! It's got great angles and a cool roof with many different sloping sections. There is lots of glass and wonderful lighting. You to come back to Japan and see it! The show is very typical of their earlier shows with trapeze, high-wire, clowns, juggling, etc. The set is huge and metal and sci-fi and mechanical with a revolving stage that has several sections that drop away and change ...
... in the classic way, without many alterations. I'm not sure which I prefer; Hong Kong's is more high tech and thrilling but Tokyo's was longer and had more scenes to enjoy.
No visit to a Disneyland (except Hong Kong) would be complete without riding Pirates of the Caribbean. Again, Tokyo has the classic version of this attraction, which came as an enjoyable contrast to Paris' updated incarnation. It was quite nostalgic for me because I remember riding this at ...