Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... the alley's behind houses and storefronts are kept in an orderly manner (believe me, I've checked).
A lot of the "politeness" is phoned-in due to the traditions that spawned it in the first place. But, there is a very high rate of people who are generally happy to serve their customers, and those that are happy to put someone else before themselves.
... hour wisely. Port Discovery had the last Fast Pass ride we needed, so we headed there. Port Discovery is based on science developments in particular, the science development in weather. Stormrider which was our last fast pass needed was a simulator and was not too bad.
We thought we would try our luck and raced back to Centre of the Earth. We were lucky enough to do the ride 2 more time before heading out of the park 30 min after closing time.
... me to visit with his parents at their home. Mama kept apologizing for her "small house." Toshi has told them how big our home is and that we have a pool, she thinks we are rich (boy, she would be surprised if she knew the truth!). His parents are both only about 5’ tall and just as cute as they can be. It was great to see them and chat with them for a while. She is sweet but her first comment, “I think ...
... and Jeff. We all settled into the room and, after a little time trying to figure out the karaoke system, we sang. For those of you who don't know, Japanese Karaoke is very different from home. You gather a few friends and check into a little room. This room holds between 4 and 15 and has a TV screen, microphones and speakers. You control the volume. You choose the songs from a book or a 7" touch screen universal remote that has ...