Business Inn Grandeur Fuchu
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... silly for not knowing better. But the whole ride was is Japanese, Eric had to translate what the pirates were saying, it was really unfortunate. This was the only ride for AdventureLand. Next was Westernland, which had Splash Mountain (which we didn’t want to go on because we were already frozen and wet, and the day hadn’t even started) and Thunder Mountain (which was closed... perfect). So we moved on yet again to Fantasyland where we got to go on such rides as ...
... to my hotel.
To my tiny hotel. Very clean, all amenities accounted for, but there really is only room for the bed in here.
After a shower and change of clothes I grab my Lonely Planet guide to find a nice place to eat nearby.
I make my way outside, navigate around with an offline map on my phone and find a tiny place in a tiny alley where I barely fit at the tiny bar. The ramen tastes ridiculously good, excellent ramen made my ...
... meet one of the kindest persons I've met to date, and his Japanese name was even easy to remember, namely Kazuki (the gamers among us will know why ^^). He was the person who I was sitting next to for the following 12 hours and thankfully he was all to happy to tell me everything he knows about Tokyo and Japan. Within half an hour I had a list of all local cuisines of the cities I was planning to visit and also the names of these cities in Japanese to ...
... we caught the shinkansen the following day. So with this in mind we did a quick test run to the station to see how long it would take us to get there and, after a nice lunch of ramen noodles at the station, we headed off towards Ueno park.
Although we’d only been in Nikko for two nights it seemed that the cherry blossom had come out to play during our time away. We walked into the park and were met by thousands of blooms sprouting from the trees; the sun was ...
... the sea of smartly dressed, black-clad Japanese business people Chris and I stood out like beacons in our brightly-coloured jackets. I was actually thankful that we didn’t blend into the crowd as I tried to keep Chris in my sightline in that crush of humanity. Amazingly, we made it out of the station without too much trouble and it only took us about an hour to find our hotel. Since we travel light, each with only a carry-on suitcase and ...
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