Marroad International Hotel Narita Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarroad International Hotel Narita Airport
Short layover, but the rooms were comfortable and clean. The lobby was beautiful and the people were extremely friendly. I would recommend this hotel to anyone for either a short layover to catch some shut eye or for business travelers.
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Long flight but kids very good. No troubles with ears popping. Sachan helped heaps. Got to Narita and looking for campervan company to mert us at airport, no one for half hour. Sachi calls company and organises us to meet out front. Picked up and go to depot, fill in paperwork, learn van, off to our first night at nice big michi no eki ( like a truck ...
... more detail in the full blog.) All our evenings in Kyoto were spent chilling around the kotatsu (a low table in the lounge), chatting and drinking.
13th + 14th -Kawaguchiko + Mt Fuji
Day 1 arrived and went down to lakeside for evening shots of Fuji. Most restaurants closed (?!) so had Lawson's takeout for dinner. Fuji-san is so eye-catching. The snow had partially melted so we didn't quite get the classic shot of it in our photos, but still ...
... of glasses of wine and I was set. The meal was good for in flight food and the service was excellent, apparently it was not excellent for everyone though. I didn't pick up on it until Jill pointed it out but a guy a few seats in front kept pressing the attendant button, then after a couple of minutes if he wasn't served would press it again and again continually glaring towards the stewardess area. He even did this when they were serving the meals so there was ...
... market; staying in a ryokan, cherry blossoms, eating ramen and Katsu (and pickles, lots of pickles!); take the bullet train; see Mount Fuji; stay in a capsule hotel; use a crazy Japanese toilet with buttons all down the side; buy something mental from a vending machine; play pachinko; karaoke...the list was endless. Shortly after we landed, as we waited for our baggage, Kim was able to experience one of those things straight away. She came back from ...
... s 2 am their time so we plan to check in, walk around a bit and get a good nights sleep. We have dinner at the food court and walk around the hotel. We made reservations for a Tokyo morning tour on Sunday. Everything is filling up and Tokyo is busy. Elaine still can't get a room. So Anna and Elaine are going to be bed buddies! (Anna wanted to sleep with her vs me) Now it's 10:30pm (6:28am their time) and we are finally in bed! Good ...