Narita View Hotel
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... but he's HUGE in Japan. Some good new rides too – liked Storm Rider (similar to Star Tours).
Toy Story Mania was very good too – similar to Buzz Lightyear ride but had ridiculous queues all day. Fantasmic! Arrived at hotel at 10.30 and found out we'd been upgraded to triple room on top floor – huge with views of the castle! Gutted we were only staying 1 night!
22nd May – Magic Kingdom.
Very busy all day. Managed ...
... the airport. Walking round the centre of Narita, you'd think that there was nothing much worth looking at. The city appeared to be pretty quiet and sleepy, not much traffic, but quite a few cyclists.
A lady in the tourist information office directed me towards the Narita-san Shinsho Temple.
The walk there went down a busy street, filled with lots ...
... people helped me lift my bags on and off the buses without a word. I really was touched. They are both at least 20 kg each!
I got to the airport around 3:30 p.m., but found out I couldn't check in until 9:30! Luckily, I met a couple from Florida who were visiting their son in Seoul. We chatted the rest of the evening and finally got on our planes. They had assumed they could check in at anytime, the same as I ...
... 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 ...
... I thanked her in nihongo, she stammered and laughed, and I joined my wife where I'd left her.
Inside the greater airport, it looked like any other except perhaps more spacious and less garish, and of course cleaner. In the U.S. there is a demographic element that cannot wait to cover any clean surface in gouges, spray paint or stickers. In Japan it is better understood that any given object is not there for you personally but others must share it, ...