Hotel Crown Hills Kimitsu
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Exhausted from their late night excursions, the boys slept in. I utilized this time to catch up on writing and doing some laundry so we all had underwear for the next leg of our trip. The easiest way to write by blog has been using the computers at each of the hostels, but even those pose their challenges. The keyboards at them are different from home. While they have the normal alphabet they also have alternate letters for the Japanese language and a bunch of extra keys ...
... to a game that would go on to play a big part in our evening - Mai Mai Orange, a dance mat meets guitar hero style game that is massively addictive. In the corner of one floor of the arcade was a guy who had drawn quite a crowd just to watch him play - this seemed immediately justified when he started hammering out ridiculous patterns on the screen without missing a single one. We played a few games ourselves, having the odd game of Super Mario, a bongo ...
I love Disney Land.
We stayed at Disney land from 9am (opening) to 10pm (closing) and did every ride, some twice.
The food was fun, pop corn stands, big enough you could eat while you were queueing up for a ride, sweet bakery stands dotted around, pizza for lunch, which was after the Tea Cup!
Highlights was the splash down ride, Winnie the Pooh, Peter Pan and Buzz Light Year. Winnie Pooh was a complete surprise, and was enjoyable because the ride ...
... in his throat. After an hour or so, we headed off to our next destination, the Imperial Palace Gardens.
The Imperial Palace is located in the heart of Tokyo in the government district. Emerging from the underground train station, the area felt much more sanitised, quiet and controlled than other parts of Tokyo. This was a nice change from other parts of Tokyo, which are much more crowded and chaotic. We quietly strolled through the streets until we reached ...
Tokyo was the last leg of our Japan tour together, and so it was a bit sad being there. But it's also an amazing city which Gary had visited before for work, so he took the lead and showed me round lots of the sights and cool districts. At the time of writing (some weeks later!) I can't actually remember which place was which because lots of districts sound quite similar to one another (shimbashi, shubuya etc) but my main memories are ...
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