Narita Airport Rest House
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Nothing fancy, but convenient to the airport, just minutes away by free hotel shuttle. Perfect for those with an early flight out of Narita.
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We are at Narita airport in Tokyo now. It was a very long flight. We boarded from Chicago at 10 am in the morning and we arrived at 3 pm. The sun hasn't set yet for us. This feels like the longest day in our lives! This is our first time setting our feet on the land of the Sakura (airport counts too!). We have three hours before we can board the plane. Tokyo airport is very big. They even have a mini shopping mall. They ...
... movies and TV programs. We sat down on the plane and waited for 12 hours until we got off. We had to stop off on the way in Zurich to get to Manchester and change planes. On the way at lunch me and my brother had the kids lunch meal that had carrot cake, vegetables , bolognese, noddles with sauce,a juice box and a kit Kat it was ...
... sure we would have had a lovely time there if that was all we had seen, but it was great to have stumbled upon the festival. Conscience of our limited time quickly running out we bought some sweet buns from a stall and headed back on the train to wait for our last long haul flight - thankfully operated by Air New Zealand.
... but you powered your own spaceship. After a few more rides we decided to head around to 'Toontown' it was quite a bit smaller than the other worlds but still was fun.
Toontown wasn't full of rides, instead it had life size houses of the animated creatures world. There was Minnie's bedroom, Mickey's house, Chip and Dale's tree house and even Donald Ducks boat!
After we had a laugh and look through all these, we decided to move into ...
... of bliss!! Need I say more?
We got up the next morning and were headed off to another temple. This one with amazing gold-leaf covered temple walls! The Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) was another couple of train rides away from the hotel. It is one of the main buildings that are part of this temple, officially called Rokuon-ji Temple. In the 1220’s it was inhabited by Kintsune Sainoji. The buildings have undergone many changes over the centuries but the grounds and ...