Okura Akademia Park Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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This morning we had some 'free time until 1245, so off walking we go. Penny joined us as we visited Zojoli Temple nearby. Next we traced the pathway we walked on Saturday night visiting a few shops along the way. I saw some lovely shoes but they do not cater for size 9. After lunch we had a bus pick up at 1300, we visited Tokyo Tower, going to the top level. Then onto a visit to the front gates of the Imperial Palace. Our ...
... had a starting cash point for Japan. Since it didn`t work out perfectly, we were able to grab some chocolaty snacks for the flight. With 6 1/2 hours at my disposal, I utilized the flight to develop Tokyo itineraries and catch up on journal entries.
With a quick pass through customs requiring a photo and finger print entry, we officially entered Japan! Maneuvering through the airport we found some directions to the right train to take us to the area of Tokyo that ...
... taken the shortest routes but we have got to where we wanted to be and our JR Passes have been real nice. In the case of local trains all we have to do is show the pass and walk through the gates to take the train we want. It just makes traveling so much easier not dealing with individual tickets for every ride we want to take. Snoopy Town was great with a wonderful selection by the way. It was a fun place to visit and see up ...
... me you will not forget. I woke up and the heat in my berth was unbearable. I actually woke up half an hour before my alarm was set, gasping for breath, and quickly opened the harmonica-like sliding door, which in turn led to me being confronted with what felt like the North Pole.
Sweaty but simultaneously shivering, I gathered enough belongings to have my morning shower and made my way to the fourth floor, where I was told I would find the amenities. I was hoping to find ...
... to hear that as if he and the others didn't feel that way it would have been A LOT cheaper to do just watch a Disney movie in our basement in Carp!
Ariel's grotto (that's what I called it as I don't really know what it was called), was something that Colson and I stumbled upon waiting for the girls to get off the Indiana Jones ride. Unfortunately, Colson is a few inches too short to get on many of the big rides so we often had to split up. We did the kids roller ...