Narita Tobu Hotel Air Port
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So we woke up at 7 and went down to the lobby and waited for the shuttle. Shaun and Adryan (both interns) were late because "their alarm didn't work".
We missed the shuttle, but got to explore in the shops instead. I got a rice ball with some mysterious vegetable inside and some chocolate shaped mushrooms. They were amazing
When we got on …
... coated bananas, and goldfish (not for eating). One group were giving away giant tongs and bags for children to collect rubbish - which seemed a surprisingly popular treat! We tried some yummy battered chicken and a funny fizzy drink that had a marble in the bottle.
The temple grounds were beautiful and ...
... surrounded by fresh white lilies. Shichi motioned me to close my eyes and fold my hands in zen tradition, and as I did so, immediately I was carried away. The world began to melt. Time stopped (or maybe quickened?), and the familiar sense of calm sank into my bones.
I love meditation, and maybe that description can give you a little glimpse of the amazing experience I had today. It reminded me of two very important things ...
... and sweet and a little misty-eyed as she said thank you and good-bye.
Three different times this week little girls about 4-5 years old came up to me with a “I love you, Santa,” in English and Japanese. One of them carried a home made card that had pictures of me, a snowman and a Christmas tree. One of them who spoke in Japanese climbed up in my lap and gave me the biggest hug. Talk about melting my heart!!!
... rooms and headed out to meet Toshi for dinner. We went to Jonathan’s, a family restaurant with everything from Udon noodles to “American-style” pasta. It was tasty and fun to spend a little while with Toshi. He then dropped us back at the apartment and K.C., Mel and I headed over to the Ito Yokado (our supermarket, department store). It’s a place I love to go and shop. We find some fun different foods and occasionally try things that we don’t ...