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... in the whole park!!!! The queue was 90 minutes before another 200/300 people joined, it was crazy and we decided maybe one time was enough for this ride.
As the tickets were pre-booked they were not usual card tickets, they were just an a4 print out, but on the page it did say that we could trade it for the standard ticket. We decided that this would make a very good memento so searched for a place that we could exchange it. The only place by the exit/ticket booths that ...
... vertical trampling took place everyone remained completely stoic. The lady directly in front of me (if you can consider someone who was so close we were actually wearing the same shirt to be in front of you) was reading a book that she strategically had placed on the man in front of hers head. It was all taking place in a completely calm manner. We`re back and the future is still very crowded. ...
... Mania! and weren't sure what the cast member was saying as we got into line. The wait time said 90 minutes, but the park was only open for another hour. Some people who came to the line would turn away after they heard what was being said, but other people got in line behind us, so we gave it a shot. It actually ended up being after closing time when we finally got on, but totally worth it since it was a shooting game that kept score and I won!
We had an early flight out the ...
... Money also turned out to be a challenge as most of our cards are Mastercards which are not generally accepted by cash machines. So off we went on a search for a post office to draw some money.
The Metro is crazy with so many different lines that look like spaghetti on the map. But being Londeners, we managed to figure it out pretty quickly. We were hoping to experience the Metro at rush hour where people are pushed into the trains with sticks, but we must have been in ...
... Red Bull seem to have made it across the ocean.
Okay, okay, so we did go learn something at the Tokyo National Museum. The English placards were limited, but we did get to admire ancient kimonos, swords, calligraphy, and pottery. The objects were covered in beautiful detail work and conserved so beautifully. And the culture is not left in the museum. We have seen people wearing kimonos and wooden shoes, albeit ...