Mitsukaido Sky Hotel in Tsukuba
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This is without a doubt the best Disney park we've been to, it is so good looking! It's also really well laid out and has a great mix of attractions. Having said all that our one criticism is that the big rides could've been a bit scarier and/or longer - they always left you wanting more, which is great if the queues weren't ...
... sushi restaurants in Japan, with a world renown chef. It takes months to get reservations and people travel from all over the world to eat here. The sushi chef use to work in a restaurant in New York, however they would not allow him to keep his rice at a certain temperature so he moved back to Japan to set up his own restaurant. Our reservations were at 8:30, and for once we were early. We found a wine bar were we drank delicious sangria while waiting for sushi. In Japan wine bars ...
... the one hour train ride to the centre he told me that house addresses are not based on location, but on sequence of when they were constructed. So that I was prepared for the hassle of finding my way through Tokyo just knowing the address of my hostel. When we entered Tokyo he explained to me how the subway system works and got a metro map for me. At the last station where we had to split we said goodbye. What an amazing first person to meet on ...
... however so was the amount if time we were spending driving on a cramped bus, and the segregation within the tour group. On observing tour groups, in the past especially, they always seem to split in to parts. In our case it was into two, there are always those who float between the two, but also unfortunately those who like to bicker and talk about others. The funny thing is often those complaining about others talking about them behind their back are do nig the exact ...
Not the kind of start you read about in travel books.
For weeks, we've prepared for this amazing journey and beyond careful in reviewing the itinerary.
The initial leg of the journey was a short flight from Phoenix, Ariz., our embarkation point. We knew our flight to Los Angeles left at 9:40 Tuesday morning, Jan. 14 with a two-hour layover at LAX. Our connecting flight to Tokyo was a 12 hour ordeal.
We planned to arrive at Sky Harbor ...