Narita View Hotel
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- Free parking
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... s just me but I haven't seen anything like that in the U.S. Maybe we do but definitely not "advertised" as it is here in Japan. I am thinking that it's good to have rooms like these so that people of faith can have some privacy and peace if they want to pray. Alright in seven or eight hour we will be in Jakarta. My brother is picking us up at the Soekarno-Hatta airport at midnight tonight. Oh , btw it's December 15 at 4 pm ...
... store and bought a ton of stuff we don't need.
After, we waited for Joanne to get the JR passes for Zach and Haakons parents. Liana and I got Starbucks and rice balls.
Then, we checked our bags and had free time. I went to Lawson and subway and bought food. Then, we went to security and liana and Joanne had to get patted down but they had hairpins and sunglasses.
Then, we got on the plane. I sat with Jack and Adryan and watched divergent, modern family and The Big Bang ...
Our last day in Japan is full of travel - of practically every variety.
We left our hotel in at 7:30am to catch a regional train straight south for two hours to Maibara. At Maibara, we caught the Shinkansen SUPER-Express to Tokyo. SO FAST! Zoom zoom zoom. Wonder if we were going over 200 mph? We arrived at Tokyo Station around 12:10pm. The trains in this country are remarkably precise. I think ...
... then I had the Lasagna with veggies, more fruit and a yogurt. It was actually pretty good. Water to drink for that meal.
14 hours was bit long, but I managed about 6 hours of sleep.
Got to Tokyo-Narita on time. Great airport, had time to get a shower and freshen up a bit. Only US$10 for a 1/2 hour use of a shower suite...good value for what it does for you after a long plane trip!
... up Mount Takao. This route was surprisingly much better than the paved trail we took up last time, though we did have to let hoards of school children past which resulted in lots of konichiwas' and the odd hi or hello. This trail followed the stream and at one point even became the stream, but had lots of rocks to walk along, the whole walk up took an hour and a half ...