Narita U-city Hotel
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... experiences complete with blood orange sorbet and almond custard.
Imagine having Yoshinoya beef bowl at 35000 feet.
Maybe it's because we haven't flown long distances on a foreign airline since our trip to Australia but we appreciated the gracious attention of all the flight attendants. And here's one for you frequent fliers. We did not hear anything from the flight deck until ...
... phi phi.
At the airport, I ate some delicious sushi and met a few people traveling to Seoul. We exchanged info as well and they told me they had tons of friends in Bangkok that I should contact if I felt lonely. I have to say - people have been so open and nice!!
Another thing to note is that the women's bathrooms have two varieties. The first is a stall with basically a hole in the ground and the other is a traditional ...
11 hours is entirely too long to be in a plane. I was fortunate to have, what I think was, the only empty seat beside me on a row of three seats. My seat neighbor was Lori and we kept each other company between movies and naps after first sharing in anxious anticipation of an empty seat between us before takeoff. We both cringed at each straggler that boarded until they finally closed the door. We also experienced slight panic over our plane being ...
... in, had some dinner at a nice cafe, looked at some shops and jumped on the plane bound for Gold Coast Australia.
The flight was smooth and despite a heap of kids on the flight they were surprisingly good. We got very little sleep even though we were smashed. Overall it was an okay flight.
I will be posting some random videos from our holidays on youtube and will add the link below later - so check back in a few days.
... was having Tanabata activities this weekend. There was a parade of traditional Japanese dance scheduled and it was a lot closer anyway, so I didn't see any reason not to go for my Tanabata fix.
I didn't have much information about the festival, but I knew the times and that it was in the area of Kappabashi Dori. That street ran between Ueno and Asakusa stations and was renowned for the large number of restaurant supplies stores lining it. I went to ...
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