Hotel Nikko Narita
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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free wifi and amazing breakfast buffet
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Tokyo (Narita) 27 Apr Had an amazing flight from Gold Coast to Narita with Jetstar. The Airbus 300 had the smallest load I have ever experienced. The central seats were all empty, and the seats on each side would have had 2 people about every third row. So after take off everyone had the luxury of a row of 5 seats to stretch out on and snooze. …
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I keep forgetting to tell you! Michiyo Mano (of the Shabu Shabu restaurant and family) is a basketball player. She is also about 90% deaf. She plays in a league for hearing impaired and has played all over the world in the Deaf Olympics. She is quite good and has the trophies to prove it. She just found out that she is going to receive a special award, by the Emperor himself. She is very excited ...
... Then, one day, out of the blue you make a journey with these caretakers. Out into the world you go, surrounded by other large creatures. Your little group gets into a long line and waits, moving forward ever so slowly. This line is kind of fun as there are more others your size who you can look at but not communicate with. You see that they all have caretakers as well. It's kind of fun. At the end of this line is a huge beast. Furry, old, and ...
... placed the tavern in Tokyo. Well, after some research Toshi was able to locate it but it was about 3 hours by car north of Tokyo! We made plans to go. We arrived at the tiny little tavern run by a man and woman and two little monkeys! They are little Japanese Snow Monkey and are very cute! They helped "serve" us and danced around the restaurant eating from our hands and entertaining the children at the next table. Soon we were invited into ...