Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... to wait in the 4 hour line but they were hanging about the fringe of the crowd that gathers to see us. She was smiling and waving and trying to get my attention. I turned and waved to her. She turned to her mom with the biggest grin, telling her that I had waved. Then I blew her a kiss. She was over the moon with giggles and blowing kisses back. At another little break when I could, I waved again and she broke out dancing.
Earlier this ...
... 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.
More later . . . ...
... we were ready to call it a night (all but KC who can sing "Barbie Girl" all night long) and we walked back to the bus stop for the short ride home. Toshi had arranged tickets to the new Cirque Du Soleil show, "Zed" which opened here on Disney property earlier this fall. The building is amazing and beautiful to look at from the outside. Once you step into the large lobby with glass and metal all around, you have entered a ...
... Tokyo) were down for maintenance so we couldn't enjoy some of the most enjoyable rides in the park and making Frontierland relatively dead and boring.
Adventureland provided us with fun on the Jungle Cruise although trips were only offered in Japanese so we were unable to fully appreciate this ride. In addition the queue took us a good 30 minutes, ******* Steve off. Here was another ride that I'd encountered most recently in updated form at Hong Kong, but in Tokyo ...