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Travel Blogs from Urayasu
... I am sure Orlando
will win this battle outright once the massive upgrades are complete. The
Haunted Mansion is here, which is weird, since it is in a different land in
every park. It’s a pretty close copy to the Pennsylvania Mansion style of
Orlando’s. The outside is pretty cool. They have fresh graves that have raised
mounds of dirt and real plants sticking out in their infancy. They must pull
these out ...
... vehicles that core to the center of the earth. During the journey, you pass a number of very strange creatures including one massive, fluid, audio-animatronic monster that attacks you and sends you hurtling out of the mountain. Think a curving lift hill on a roller coaster but going the speed of a drop while you are climbing! Great ride. The ride swerves in and out of the volcano which sometimes erupts into massive fireballs! They also have ...
... the three of us.
Today we decided to visit Tokyo Disneyland! We walked for ten minutes to get to Tokyo Station and then at 10:50am we boarded the Kensei Express bus that would specially take us, and others, to Tokyo Disneyland. The cost for children was $4.50 each and for adults it was $9.00. At 11:30 am we arrived at Disneyland and walked for 5 minutes to get to the main entrance. The price for me and my brother's ticket was $58.00 each and ...
... out of us.
With that Annabelle hung both of her bad wishes in the wind and definitely hoped that they would blow away!
As we finally reached the temple building it was a mass of bodies. Outside we took photos of the temple and of the massive sake drums that were stacked up outside. Sensoji ("Senso" is an alternative reading for Asakusa and "ji" means temple) is Tokyo's most famous and popular temple. It had been built in ...