Okura Chiba Hotel
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... for the Big Thunder Mountain, which is another roller coaster ride. Then we rode some smaller rides like the Snow White, Pinnochio, and the Pirates of the Carribbean ride and had a small snack at the hot dog cafe. Afterwards, it was time to ride the Big Thunder Mountain. Needless to say, we conquered it! It was fun.
Afterwards, we went to see if the Monster's Inc ride's fastpass is still open or not. Monster's Inc is the most popular, so there ...
... went to bed until 3.
Ethan went out by himself to a Japanese garden whilst we slept off our hangovers. Then we headed to Shinjuku to the government building to go 45 storeys up and look at the night views, even more stunning. Tokyo is just so huge!!!!!!!! Endless. Then we went for some much appreciated food at an authentic Japanese place, had a great meal!
Roppongi in the day proved to be difficult to navigate, there was meant to be ...
... University where Marc gave a seminar and I read since heard lecture few times already. After a few more lectures and getting items(bores equipment, straws, masking tape, measuring tape etc) ready for the trip to forest research sight with a few graduate students. What a long drive to reasearch sight. So used to trees in our backyard and ...
... I was a little concerned that they hadn't come to take my order yet, and became even more concerned when I saw a waitress walking directly towards me with an entire meal that I did not order. Of course the first thing I did was ask the price. But, since the price was fine and I didn't hate the food, I just went with it and had some chicken curry thing for lunch. I think the staff realized what happened about half way through my meal, because I ended up getting a soda on the ...
... a dryer setting that will help to dry out the floor and walls, and there are hanging racks towards the ceiling so you can hang wet clothes and they will dry in the shower room.
Nadia loves the deep tub and has been enjoying her near daily baths. The full length mirror inside the shower is a bit disconcerting though and maybe has something to do with the thin figures of most Japanese people? I know it makes me want to rethink that cookie for dessert!