Okura Chiba Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... of shops all together. I was expecting far more crazy. Thanks to my new Japanese friend, she helped me avoid renting out a $200 modem for data traffic (and people say Canadian telcos are not competitive...) and with some pointing at a map here and there I found my way on the subway towards Tokyo on my own once again. The lady at the counter was kind enough to give me a map of the metro system of Tokyo but holy hell! Never have I ...
... 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 ...
... your nose in public or anywhere is an absolute faux-pas. 'Nose-****', as it is called, or any bodily fluid (sweat, tears) should not be shown in public. Accidentally, we would sometimes forget, start blowing our noses and stop abruptly, suddenly remembering the rule. This, of course, made it worse…Luckily, at least in Tokyo, there are posters to explain to you some do's and don'ts, like the one here...
... be prosperous. Your wishes will be realized. A sick person will recover. The lost article will be found. The person you are waiting for will come. Building a new house and removal.”
Oops – the English translation of that last bit of good fortune doesn’t make any sense. But I’ll disregard that and smile at all my other good fortunes. Meanwhile I watch a less fortunate man roll up his bad luck sheet and tie it to a metal rack nearby. It is tradition ...