Palm & Fountain Terrace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalm & Fountain Terrace Hotel Urayasu
Very Disney, brings me back.. The breakfast was very nice, and shuttle bus to Disneyland was very convenient.
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After Tokyo Disneyland yesterday, with it's short hours, massive crowds, long wait times, and general lack of characters, I expected Tokyo Disneysea to be much of the same today.
I am glad to report that I was very, very mistaken. Today was, without a doubt, the best theme park day I've ever had.
The day started out with …
We weren't in a great hurry today, because as we found out last night, Disneyland is only open incredibly short trading hours during winter. The park opens at 10am, and is closed by 7pm.
We made our way downstairs at around 8:30am to the Palm Terrace Hotel's buffet breakfast. Customers purchase a ticket from a vending machine just outside …
With 3 kids in tow, I may have tried to fit in more than I should have today, but we survived. It was however a massive, but very enjoyable day.
I've always wanted to visit Tsukiji fish market, but having young kids, getting them out of bed early enough, and across Tokyo early in the morning, it's never quite worked. Veronica knew I really …
It's going to be a very short blog entry today, because honestly we didn't do anything worth writing about. The mission for today was to get ourselves from Hiroshima to the opposite side of Toyko without murdering the children.
I'm happy to report that it was a remarkable success.
We checked out of the Reino Inn without any of …
Today we went on a guided tour of the Imperial Palace. I have been to the Imperial Palace twice before, but I have never been able to go inside. Now we weren't actually allowed to go inside any of the buildings, but we were guided around and told what some of the more important buildings are. There was this one old castle that they actually dismantled, I believe it as originally in Kyoto, and brought to Tokyo and ...