Travel Blogs from Kisarazu
... of the water, the intensity of the spray. One selection had a little musical note icon on it. This produced the recorded sound of running water. All we could figure was that maybe someone would use this if they didn't want anybody else to hear them doing their business. (We told you they like to be quiet.) Frankly, the thing scared me.
OUR MT. FUJI CLIMB: We've mentioned it was hot---about 90+ steamy degrees when we boarded the bus ...
... here, being also recognized as having the highest concentration of western shops in Tokyo. This is a place where you can see a mixture of modern and traditional influence with many little shops selling typical Japanese pots, chop sticks etc. and modern buildings. There was a long line in front of Kabuki-za theater and we took some photos. Because it was a working day it didn't appear to be so crowded. We also ...
... pyramids, temples...
- Sinbad's Adventure: storytelling ride retelling the story of Ali-Baba and the forty theives. We did intend on doing many other rides, but the waiting times were pathetically long (140 minutes minimum). Jean Sebastien would have loved to make the "Journey to the Center of the Earth" because it started out in a volcano, then went to the center of the Earth. It was the biggest (and most rapid) roller coaster ride in the park. However, our patience ...
... hotel to pick up my luggage, then returned to Inaricho Station. Boarded the subway at 7:42 and rode one station to Ueno. Lugged my bags up steps to the Keisei rail station. Keisei is a private railroad that runs in two branches to Tokyo Narita International Airport. The ticket machine confused me, listing two prices for a trip to Narita Station in the nearby city of Narita, where I had a hotel room booked for tonight prior to my flight tomorrow to Frankfurt on the Lufthansa Airbus ...
... and all the spots for the auction were full:( Try again tomorrow. Wandered, salivated and wished I had a kitchen to cook. Assuaged (partially) the desire with a nice sushi breakfast at Zanmai Sushi-uni, scallop and tuna (of course) and was surprised by the activity of folks at such an early time on a Saturday. I guess sushi, soba and beer are good hangover cures.
Rainy day so off to the museum and some shopping near Asakusa. ...
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