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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I've safely arrived!! Navigating the airports was not that free wifi was useful as I bought some books on my iPad in Brisbane - admittedly while looking at their double price physical copies in duty free. Turns out in arriving that there is a diplomatic summit sometime this month so customs took a fair bit longer than expected. Though they were …
I left Matt to himself and I went to Tokyo Disney. It put a great smile on my face being back. Unfortunately it was raining very heavily thou the magic did not dissipate. This time I was able to go on rides I missed out last time. Pirates of the Caribbean and the hunted house. It was a Halloween theme so a lot of pumpkins out. I had a great time and a lot of ...
... has no other mountains nearby, which makes it much more impressive. The lake was also beautiful, with volcanic rock and lush vegetation surrounding it.
Day 2 – breakfast by the lake then took a ropeway up a nearby slope for Fuji views. We got a combo ticket with a boat tour on lake, where we got chatting to Michael, a Scot, who was an interpreter. We then took a bus to Aokigahara forest by smaller lake to see the lava caves. The prehistoric forest ...
... they could get to him in his two minute time frame. He was becoming a total **** and started to hassle the woman sat next to him, complaining at her for the poor service. The staff were always polite and friendly and tried to placate him but he just continued for hours until eventually they moved him. I didn't see him again so maybe they just bundled him into the cargo, or slipped him some eye drops into his drink and he spent the rest of the trip in the ...
... 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 ...