Narita Gateway Hotel
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... an hour early, then got through passport control, baggage claim and customs in a mind-blowing 20 minutes. The airport was so quiet and the Japanese are so efficient, we were stunned at the speed we got through it all. We are now on a very clean and fast train to Shibuya and the first thing I've noticed is how clean it is. Even at the train station, when you peer over the tracks they are spotless. At any other city, there ...
... Carlene that dissolved in their hand. We explored a little more and discovered Frozen❄️ in Japanese and World Cup promotional stand ⚽️. Lainie and I took a picture by it.
We boarded the train and once again I read and typed this blog!
We got off the bus in Tsuroka and were greeted by our host families. Mine was late so I waited with JoAnne. When she got there, she looked really flustered and apologized. ...
... told that our landing had to be aborted for a turn around after 12 hours flying. So now we know that Capt. ? was actually paying attention and in charge.
Once we cleared customs and immigration we hopped on a hotel shuttle and checked in at the ANA Crown Plaza Hotel. Compact but very comfortable room for a good nights rest, complete with fragranced soaking tub. ...
... one had several bottles of water by the entrance. Going back the other side the story was the same, only without the photographers (so a different story, then) and there were more people sleeping properly rough. Around 9 by now, but if you're up with the sun and have no electricity, I guess that is a good time to be asleep. Sad, even if 30degree heat in the dark means no exposure. Running: 1:03:43, 12.6km. The 405 garmin has a limited selection of cities from which ...
... It would be a trip that took only 90 Minutes.
Riding the bullet train for the first time and coming from Sydney, Australia was an experience. Our trains are lucky to hit 100kmph while the bullet trains glide along the tracks at what feels like 10 x the speed. It's just one of the many experiences you have to have when in Japan.