Narita View Hotel
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... car, too early for check in, waited for check in, waited for flight, delay in our flight, more waiting and then finally boarding.
The kids are ratty, yes it is time to go home.
Arrival at our Tokyo home away from home, The Narita Gateway Hotel.
Sandwiches for dinner in our room and then ready for an early start tomorrow.
Not much sleep for me, flying anxiety has already kicked ...
... wonderful concept and general design, but was actually a little disappointing on content. So many ideas that could have been taken further. There was an adorable mini-sequel to Totoro with Mei and baby cat bus though. Concept art just pinned to the wall, no glass!
16th May - Tsukiji fish market – amazing and surprisingly big!
Great fun dodging out of the way of busy people on zoomy vehicles. Live and dead fish on sale all v. fresh. Huge slabs ...
... and longer leg to Japan. I don't particularly love flying but neither do I really dislike it but it is the fastest way to cover really large distances it's just a motorbike is a far better experience. You don't see anything or appreciate the landscape or culture in a plane, everything is so homogeneous. Didn't enjoy the second flight as much, the couple in front put their seats all the way back and went to sleep quicker than Steve Hodgson at Toro ...
... grinning ear to ear, "the toilet was crazy! I took a picture..." It's not often that your first picture from a trip is of a toilet, but ours would be. We stayed in a hotel by the airport, as we had arrived about 10pm and didn't want to trek into Tokyo this late. We would tackle that heaving metropolis after a proper night's sleep. We were asleep as soon as our heads hit the pillow, our heads whizzing with thoughts of Japan and what this trip had in ...
... to watch a classic animation of a Mickey and friends adventure.
While walking around World Bazaar afterwards, we realised there wasn't much to do so instead we went to Tommorowland. I think it was an in-the-future world. The first thing that caught our eye was 'Space Mountain' we had recognised it from Hong-Kong Disneyland! We went on it a couple of times before feeling sick. After that journey we saw 'Star Jets'. It was like a ...