Inubosaki Kanko Hotel
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... outside to wait for the hotel shuttle bus. Both Christian and I found the airport a bit warm so it was very refreshing outside. After a short ride we arrived at the Hotel Nikko Narita. We checked in, dropped our stuff in the room and went exploring the hotel main floor. At Lawson's, a convenience store, we picked up refreshments and snacks for our room. The ...
... a small ham sandwich with a weird but tasty radish spread and ice cream. Immediate snack coma and I fall asleep again. When I come to this time I decide I just enough time to watch Goodfellas for the 8 millionth time. Fall asleep during the credits..... I wake up just in time for egg sandwich (utter *****) and fruit. The last 40 minutes of flight are when it really starts to hit me. I am now in Japan. The sun is bright and hot outside my window. Get ready for the madness. ...
I left Matt to himself and I went to Tokyo Disney. It put a great smile on my face being back. Unfortunately it was raining very heavily thou the magic did not dissipate. This time I was able to go on rides I missed out last time. Pirates of the Caribbean and the hunted house. It was a Halloween theme so a lot of pumpkins out. I had a great time and a lot of ...
... lengthy flights, they typically play a few movies on the overhead monitors. The first one was titled Draft Day. A recently released film, I would approximate circa 2013. It featured Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner. Basically, the script for this movie should have gotten thrown into an industrial-strength shredder and recycled as it would have been "more green" than the revenue it actually generated. The entire movie consisted of Kevin ...
... ramen lunch, and then it was off to the airport. just like that, the trip to japan was over. final thoughts: japan is an extremely clean county. more immaculate than singapore. the japanese are also super friendly. they appear to go out of their way to ensure you're satisfied. maybe it's because I'm a foreigner, but I have a feeling they'd do it for their own. I still don't understand the whole facemask ...