Narita Excel Hotel Tokyu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... gifts for friends.
We finally wanted to stop at Adventureland, just to go to one ride. 'Pirates of the Carribean'. It was fun, fun, fun! By now it was 1:25pm. We couldn't stay for the night parade but we got a glimpse at the day one, it was bright, loud and amazing. Our bus arrived at 1:35pm. We got on and went home. Today was one of my favourite days, but it wasn't over yet.
At the hotel we decided to try out the second ...
... our fastpass for 6:00 that night, we split up from Sarma and Steve again and decided we would attempt to get more rides done than yesterday. Most extreme rides were located in Lost River Delta, which of course we headed towards. Lost River Delta is based around a huge stone temple which is meant to have been in the South American Jungle in the 1930's. Naturally, this is home to Indiana Jones ride, which was to be our first stop. We took some pictures with the temples ...
November 10, 2009
Today is my first day in the chair, visiting with children and others as Santa. I'm anxious to get to work and put on the costume and hair – I just hope it’s not too warm! Tomorrow we are supposed to have lots of rain so who knows what will happen then!
I went to lunch on Sunday with my friend, Yoshi Hanabusa who I have known since the first year. He took me to a great buffet with ...
... 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 ...
... the regular standby queue for Space Mountain.
Tokyo's Space Mountain is the classic version, a near carbon copy of the one at Disneyland and thus was a new experience for me. You travel up an old-fashioned rubber travelator to the first floor, where the queue zigzags along the roof platform before descending inside to the loading platform. This incarnation was sponsored by Coca-Cola and this was made very clear in the large promo video in the queue. It was around ...