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Travel Blogs from Urayasu
... about the potential of spotting some hot firemen than I was about brushing up on my CPR. And whilst I didn't meet any muscly young firefighters (lol) I did get to participate in a bunch of CPR skits which left me in stitches. If you're going to tackle the grim subject of someone potentially dieing than you may as well have a laugh, right?
And I did learn some new vocab. Mainly the term for 'major bleeding', which when I was first saying it I genuinely had no idea what it ...
... really retro version of Tomorrowland
like Anaheim, not like the futuristic neon one in Orlando. It’s good because it
doesn’t have Stitch’s Great Escape but unfortunately it does have Captain EO.
Their Star Tours was closed for the upgrade to 2.0 which is simply amazing.
Their space mountain is very similar to Anaheim’s with side by side seating and
a very smooth ride. However, they lack the soundtrack ...
... American adventurer named Harrison Hightower who travels the world collecting artifacts and sends them back to his hotel (Hightower Hotel) for display. During one of his expeditions, he collected an ancient, cursed idol called Shakira or something like that. Of course the entire pre-show is in Japanese so we have no freaking idea what was going on but the pre-show had one of the most amazing Disney effects we have ever seen. Anyway, the idol ...
... Harmony did her best to order food from a Japanese menu to a Japanese person. She did great! She order me curry noodles (yes, curry is extremely popular out here.....go figure) and she got a more traditional broth.
That's it for day 1 (which was really like 1.5 days). We crashed soon after but, as we later found out, didn't sleep for too long. ...
... Asakusa district and the Senso Ji temple. We drive through the Ginza district with all the designer shops and Ueno where there are parks which are full of cherry blossom.
The Senso jii shrine was rebuilt after the war but was originally built in 600s AD so is one of the oldest in japan.There is a pagoda where there are said to be some of the Buddha's ashes and the place is very busy with tourists and temple goers.
A long street of stalls lined with ...