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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... We are staying at an apartment that we found on airbnb. It is a pretty nice place and the neighborhood seems quiet. Everything seems super technologically advanced. The lights slowly come on as you enter, the tv dims according to how much light is in the room and the toilet seat opens when you open the bathroom door. Fancy. I am looking forward to sleeping in what looks like a comfortable bed.
I am too tired to plan out our day tomorrow. I am sure that it ...
SATURDAY IN THE PARK
Another hot day in the 90's - sunny and high humidity.
We decided to go to the Shibuya area and Yoyogi park. We took the subway to Shibuya and walked to the park. To our surprise there was a festival at Yoyogi - so we watched and took photos of ...
... the executive decision that we're not getting up this early again! ) Anyway, I have never seen so much fish in my life! Great slabs of tuna, little wiggly eels, weird little shell things with whiskers that looked like aliens...I would post a picture but I've forgotten the usb lead for my camera so you'll just have to imagine it instead. But you also have to imagine about 500 crazy men on these motorised cart things all whizzing around at roughly the speed of light, ...
After a 22 hour haul that involved a train to Zurich, flight to Frankfurt and entering the aircraft from the lounge (very cool!) - the A380 stairs were used very heavily! At least 30 middle aged Japanese women fell in love with E and he must have done a good 50 laps up and down the stairs. Belinda had him most of the time, with a lot of space in business class for him to play (she was upstairs and I was in cattle class).
On arrival the pram was missing a ...
... River and were inspired to enshrine it. The shrine is called the Nishinomiya Inari Shrine, and the first temple was built to honour the goddess on the site in the year 645. The Asakusajinja Shrine was built to honour the two fishermen who found the statue. he main gate is called the thunder gate and dominates the area. The two streets have equally been around for centuries, supplying food and other things to those visiting the temple and the shrines; these days they ...